John Entwistle, The Who’s original bass guitarist, was born in Chiswick in West London on October 9, 1944, and his natural talent as a musician formed the backbone to many of The Who’s most memorable recordings. He was nicknamed ‘The Ox’, as well as ‘Thunderfingers’ – because his digits became a blur across the four-string fretboard – and in a poll at the end of the 20th century he was voted ‘Bassist of the Millennium’ in Musician magazine.
Keith Richards was born 18 December 1943, is an English musician, singer, and songwriter. He is best known as the co-founder, guitarist, secondary vocalist, and co-principal songwriter of the Rolling Stones.
Jon Anderson is one of the most distinguished musicians in progressive rock as the lead vocalist and creative force behind Yes. Anderson was the author and a major creative influence behind the milestone album ‘Fragile’ as well as a series of ground-breaking songs. Anderson co-authored the group’s biggest hits, including “I’ve Seen All Good People”, “Roundabout”, and “Owner Of A Lonely Heart”. In addition, Anderson had great success with a series of albums he did with Vangelis and a recently released solo album.
Jon was born John Roy Anderson in Accrington, Lancashire, England. In addition to music, one of Jon Anderson’s passions is painting, and he uses his at as yet another channel for his creativity and self expression.
Sinatra, who died in 1998 aged 82, enjoyed painting as a hobby for more than 40 years. He had a studio in his home, published a book of his abstract works, and sometimes spoke of his artistic endeavours in a self-depricating way during concerts. In 1958, the year after Sinatra and Gardner divorced, another painting of Sinatra as a tragic clown, by the celebrity portraitist Nicholas Volpe, was used on the cover of Sinatra’s album Only the Lonely.
Brandon Coburn, an art consultant and co-curator of Original Artwork by Pop Culture Artists, said: “These bold and expressive paintings are a true example of Frank Sinatra’s deeper interests and emotions as well as his ability to paint and entertain in an alternative manner to singing. “The works are reflective of why Sinatra was driven to paint. Unlike performing, which was publicly exhilarating, painting became his favourite way to relax and restore his energy.”
Phil Collins, Michael Jackson, Bono, Slash and Tom Petty: They all love drawing and sketching. From cartoons to trademark doodles: Rock And Art Gallery presents a precious collection of original works. Furthermore Rock And Art Gallery presents two superb pieces of art of no less than charismatic rockstar Jim Morrison of The Doors showing his distinctive kind of art.
Rock And Art Gallery presents a large collection of visual arts created by rock musicians. Many rock stars have started their career as students of visual arts and expressed their creativity by painting and drawing. The Ealing College Of Art had been attended by Pete Townshend, Freddie Mercury and Ronnie Wood before they became megastars of rock music.
Grace Slick, Jerry Garcia and Jimi Hendrix, three iconic rockstars of the Woodstock era, are among the most talented painting rockers ever. Their famous arts have been printed and sold as limited edition for decades. Rock And Art Gallery is presenting original works of all 3.
Ronnie Wood has been painting and sketching ever since he was a child. Nowadays it can be said that his skill with a paint brush equals his skill with a guitar pick. Rock And Art Gallery is presenting a collection of his works including pieces in charcoals, watercolours, oil pastels, graphite portraits, sketches as well as limited edition prints and lithographs.
Photography is another principal part of the Rock And Art Gallery. Memorable photographs as well as photographs never seen before of rock and popstars will be displayed and offered here. That includes large-sized photographs and original transparencies.
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