On May 15, 2013, iconic drummer of Vital Information and formerly of Journey, Steve Smith unveils a fine art collection created from drum performance called The Fabric of Rhythm. Highly limited in availability a total of 100 are available. To get on the interest for the opportunity to see the collection before the debut, sign up at www.stevesmithdrumart.com.
Abstract, vibrant, and historic – Emerson, Lake and Palmer drum icon Carl Palmer to release a career first, an art collection of rhythm on canvas. With only 200 pieces in the series, this highly limited release becomes available worldwide on February 1, 2013. Those interested should get on the early interest list at www.carlpalmerart.com to learn more and get the opportunity to see and own the collection before the release date.
In this short video, Terry Bozzio discusses the process of creating visual artwork through capturing rhythm. On April 18, 2014, Terry Bozzio will unveil an art collection of rhythmic artwork fused with sketches created over the last 3 decades. Learn more and see it before the release by joining the interest list at www.terrybozzioart.com.
THE RHYTHM WILL BE SEEN…Bill Ward is set to debut a groundbreaking collection of fine art created from rhythm. A new medium in fine art – rhythm on canvas – Ward has completed a thought provoking collection that will debut on August 1, 2013. To learn more and see the collection before the release visit www.billwarddrumart.com.
Drummer Rick Allen unveils a new collection of artwork on September 19, 2013 at www.rickallenart.com. The collection titled “Rock-On-Canvas” is a fine art release focused on creating visual artwork through capturing his signature rhythms – a process involving time and light manipulation. Get on the interest list to learn more and see the artwork before the unveiling at www.rickallenart.com.
Artist and Incubus drummer Jose Pasillas II is unveiling the Commemorative Art Print for his fine art debut collection Abstract + Rhythm Landscapes. A sophisticated visual piece created from sketches, rhythm, and pattern-work, this Commemorative Art Print is unveiled on March 4, 2013 at www.josepasillas.co