The legendary drummer and founding member of Fleetwood Mac has started to exhibit his photography in art galleries in towns where the band will perform. This began after his friends and family urged him to display his talent. Mick has received a welcoming response from fans that turn out to witness and support his new outlet of art.
The drummer talks about the reunited Fleetwood Mac and the ‘muscle memory’ that powers his photography, on view this month in Fort Lauderdale
The fantastical world created within the corridors of Theodor Geisel’s mind is inescapable to anyone that grew up with his books, penned under the iconic pseudonym Dr. Seuss.
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Visits South Florida a day before his reunited band plays in Sunrise
Wentworth Gallery will present, in its Short Hills, New Jersey, premiere, Rick Allen’s works from his latest collection, titled “Rick Allen: Angels and Icons.” Allen’s art is currently being showcased exclusively in Wentworth Gallery locations throughout the country, and Short Hills is the first stop on the tour.
The San Diego History Center presents a marquee exhibition celebrating Theodor Geisel. Spanning early drawings in Life magazine, including editorial, advertising, military, and book illustrations, as well as works from the Secret Art Collection, the exhibition will also feature family-friendly activities based on Dr. Seuss’ books’ underlying themes: literacy, the environment, family, and community