Legendary drummer Dave Lombardo Demonstrates the creation of his art collection at Forgotten Saints Los Angeles 7/11/2015
A collection of fine art pieces from Adler and publisher SceneFour, called ‘50’ will debut on Feb. 6 in Los Angeles and it was created using a style called “Rhythm-On-Canvas.” That medium involves the drummer using different drumsticks that light up in a variety of ways. Then those lighting patterns are brought into a studio and translated to canvas. You can check out the preview for Adler’s art in the video above.
SceneFour are the creator’s of the “Rhythm-On-Canvas” medium. They have previously created works with drumming greats like Bill Ward of Black Sabbath, Rick Allen of Def Leppard, ex-Slayer member Dave Lombardo and more.
It looks like Adler already has a very busy 2015. Besides turning 50 and debuting his new artwork, the drummer is also in the studio recording new material with his band Adler.
Head to StevenAdlerArt.com to learn more about the upcoming exhibit.
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Def Leppard is not currently on tour, but the veteran rock band’s drummer, Rick Allen, will be in New Jersey this weekend. He’ll be making an appearance at the Wentworth Gallery at the Mall at Short Hills, where his artwork is currently on display.
The exhibition is titled “Rick Allen: Angels and Icons,” and it includes 45 mixed media originals featuring his photography, light art and painting. One example, “Buddha: A Study in Gold,” is shown above.
Allen will appear at the gallery from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday; a portion of each sale will go to Project Resiliency’s Warrior Resiliency Program, described on its web site as “An innovative healing program for veterans, active duty military, and their families that address the everyday stress, anxiety and depression experienced by service men and women and their families.”
Visit wentworthgallery.com for information.
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