I have found that my best work (painting landscapes) is accomplished while listening to classical music. The peace of the music is transferred to the painting. When I sent my sister a picture of a painting that I consider one of my best, her reply was "So peaceful." Also, the art is best viewed in natural light and accompanied by classical music. There is definitely a relationship ( or harmony)
between the wave-lengths of colors and the wave-lengths of tones.
All of that leads to this. I believe that there is a two-way relationship. That is,
I believe that good art can help you to recover and inspire ( "to breathe in")
your musical creativity. Visit an art gallery. View paintings on-line. Go to a park,
lie in the grass, look up at the trees, and after a while, you will close your eyes and listen to the birds, who have mastered their song and even flight.