Live performances by artist Amy Dyson
and pianist/composer John Ryan.
Original music and fine art merge to create a
one-of-a-kind audio and visual experience.
All performances are unique and include many
genres of music and diverse techniques in art.

One Zen Place offers the opportunity
to not merely hear; but to listen…
not just to look; but to see…
not just to think; but to experience…

Focusing on the present moment,
One Zen Place provides a serene setting to
enjoy art and music to the fullest extent.


One Zen Place presents our opening
Art Exhibition & Music Performances
‘Ebony, Ivory, & Gold’ (After Gustav Klimt)
including original paintings by Amy Dyson
and original music by pianist John Ryan on the
Bösendorfer Gustav Klimt 'Woman in Gold' piano.

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A tribute to precious materials, breath-taking aesthetics and master craftsmanship.
Unique in design, sound and perfection. Exclusivity for the eye and ear.


"To every age its art, to every art its freedom."
—Gustav Klimt


Inspired by Gustav Klimt

 Gustav Klimt ( 1862-1918 )

One of the most famous Austrian painters and artists of the Viennese Art Nouveau, and Bösendorfer, both greatly represent Austrian culture, dedicated craftsmanship, as well as artistic expression. The second model of the Klimt Series is dedicated to the portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer. In 1903, Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer, wealthy entrepreneur and connoisseur of great art, asks Gustav Klimt to portrait his wife. Klimt agrees and in the same year, travels to Italy. The gold-decorated church mosaics inspire him to translate this rich artistic expression to contemporary art. Over the following years, Klimt produces more than 100 sketches and studies for the dedicated painting. He experiments with various techniques until he succeeds in applying extensive amounts of silver and gold leaf to the oil painting. 

With sophisticated reprographic techniques, the high resolution image of the original painting was reproduced on the inside of the Bösendorfer Grand Piano lid.  The Klimt painting has also been refined by the skilled application of gold leaf and Bösendorfer Artisans lavishly gilded the music desk and the leg tops to reflect the golden expression of Art Nouveau. The Klimt model is limited to 25 instruments and  we are honored to have #1 of 25.  A sincere tribute to precious materials, lavish art, and beautiful music.


Art Historian Amy Dyson
will illuminate the
beautiful artistic features
of this Limited Edition
(1/25) Bösendorfer
“Woman in Gold” piano
throughout John’s


John Ryan considers
the sound of the
Gustav Klimt piano
to be one of the finest
pianos he’s ever played.
Come and listen to
the exquisite sound!


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