The Other Great Art

This gallery is to show appreciation for another art form, Music. It is a collection paintings, instruments, photographs, and album covers. 

Doug Sahm Groovers Paradise, Kerry Awn, 2008, From the collection of: South Austin Popular Culture Center
This is a portrait of Doug Sahn created by Kerry Awn shortly after his death. Doug Sahn was an American musician from Texas. The artwork reminds me of many albums of local artists.
- Image 1, Charles-Joseph Sax (1790-1865), 1840 c., Original Source: photographer: Bill Willroth, Sr.
This is a bugle created by Charles-Joseph Sax. It is keyed in b-flat with the original case. The first instrument I ever learned to play was the Saxophone which was also created by the Sax family.
woodstock '73, Josip Generalić, 1975 - 1975, From the collection of: Galerija Josip Generalić
The Woodstock '73 painting on glass with oil paint, is a great depiction of the Woodstock Festival. Some of my favorite bands played there including Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and CCR among others.
Bonnie Raitt, Billy Perkins, 2013, From the collection of: South Austin Popular Culture Center
This is a music poster designed for when Bonnie Raitt performed for the Austin City Limits TV show. Bonnie Raitt is one of my mothers favorites and an artist I grew up with.
Guitar by Joachim Tielke, Joachim Tielke, 1700/1710, From the collection of: Royal College of Music
A classic guitar created by Joachim Tielke. This is a very classic and artistic creation of the second instrument I learned.
Jimi Hendrix, Ernest Shaw Jr., 2014-07-18/2014-07-27, From the collection of: WALL\THERAPY
Jimi Hendrix is a wall art In Rochester, NY. A portrait of one of my all time favorite musicians. The mix of graffiti and Jimi Hendrix combine two of my favorite art forms.
Janis Joplin, Kerry Awn, 1970, From the collection of: South Austin Popular Culture Center
Janis Joplin by Kerry Awn created in 1970 is another piece of poster art. It is a portrait of another music great that I grew up listening to.
The Old Banjo, William Keane, ca. 1889, From the collection of: de Young museum
This is an oil on canvas painting from 1889 by William Keane. In recent years I have become quite the country music fan and the banjo has been a staple of country music for many years.
Use Your Illusion, Seo, Sang Ik, 2007, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
Use Your Illusion is a depiction of guitar great Slash from Guns n' Roses' using oil paint on canvas. It is a mix of everyday life and the illusion of following your dreams to become a legend.
Grand Opening of the Vulcan Gas Company October 1967, Gilbert Shelton, 1967-10-27/1967-10-28, From the collection of: South Austin Popular Culture Center
Another poster from the music scene in the 60's. This reminds me of posters growing up for laser shows to music from The Doors or Pink Floyd.
Les Paul Model Electric Guitar, Gibson, Inc., 1952, From the collection of: National Music Museum, University of South Dakota
An american classic the Gibson Les Paul Electric Guitar. Various models of this classic have been played by greats such as Slash, Jimmy Page, Joe Perry, Eric clapton, and Paul McCartney.
The Beatles in Hlebine, Josip Generalić, 1973 - 1973, From the collection of: Galerija Josip Generalić
The Beatles in Hlebine is a painting on glass with oil paint depicting the Beatles mixed with the culture of Hlebine Croatia. The Beatles are one of the staples of what rock music is today.
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