I really like the choice of chords throughout the track. You effectively created chord progressions that portray both blissful innocence and awe without without straying from the still nature of a painting, and this was done by frequently juxtaposing the tonic chord with chords that portray a variety of contrasting moods.
I like the lack of resolution. It helps establish the piece as one that embodies the painting rather than one that tells a story beyond it.
1:34 could be an apt moment for a climax. The satisfying chord here could be further emphasized with additional instrumentation.
I think the mix has too many low-mids and each instrument sounds like it could benefit from a lot of EQing. The strings sound thin, especially relative to the wide piano. I think ideally the piano should feel more buoyant in such a track,
Gl in the contest! I'm not sure if I'll enter this year.