Recent Media Coverage of MLB-sanctioned artist Opie Otterstad. Noted for his work depicting each of the last 15 World Series celebrations, Opie Otterstad has commemorated the Cubs’ long-awaited win with the limited-edition piece “It Happened.”
MLB-sanctioned artist Opie Otterstad, noted for his work depicting each of the last 15 World Series celebrations, has commemorated the Cubs’ long-awaited win with the limited-edition piece “It Happened.” The painting captures the moment after the final out in Game 7 against the Cleveland Indians, when the team mobbed the field for the first time as champions.
Pop art icon Peter Max will be in Sarasota this weekend for the opening of a newly curated retrospective exhibit at State of the Arts Gallery. Entitled The Art of Peter Max, the show hangs for only three days in State of the Arts’ Gallery C, with two appearances by the artist scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
On Saturday February 18, 2017 two-time American Music Award winning drummer for Def Leppard Rick Allen launches his third art exhibit at the Wentworth Art Gallery called “Drums for Peace”. From 12 noon to 3 p.m. the “Drums for Peace” Rick Allen Exhibit will be shown at the Westfield-Montgomery Mall Wentworth location in Bethesda, Maryland and from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. it will be shown at the Wentworth Tyson Galleria in McLean, Virginia.
Devon Almarinez hails from the streets of the San Francisco Bay Area. His passion for art started as a teenager and continued after graduating from the University of San Francisco. He brought his creative skills on the road traveling around the US with celebrities and entrepreneurs creating custom artwork for them in multiple formats from tattoos and merchandise to street art. His work has been featured in magazines, TV shows and public spaces across the US and internationally.
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — For nearly 40 years, Rick Allen has been packing arenas across the globe, drumming for the iconic rock band Def Leppard. But a few years ago he started sharing other forms of art with his personal collection of abstract pieces.
Autumn de Forest is invited back to appear on Australia’s morning show “Sunrise”
At first Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen was afraid to admit he had a softer side. Mr. Allen, who has banged out percussion behind the English metal band for decades, started doodling as a boy, but then put such endeavors on the shelf in favor of rock ‘n’ roll.
“I wasn’t sure what people were going to say. Maybe I was afraid of people being judgmental — the musician trying to be an artist,” Mr. Allen, 53, told The Washington Times.
With both an art exhibit and a North American spring tour on the horizon, Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen remains hard at work as ever. Allen brings his latest collection of work entitled “Rick Allen: Drums for Peace” to both Wentworth Galleries in the Washington, DC metro area on Saturday, February 18 with special appearances at the Wentworth Gallery in Bethesda, Maryland from 12:00PM–3:00PM and in McLean, Virginia from 6:00PM–9:00PM.
Autumn de Forest is only 15 but already has a professional resume that artists triple her age could only dream of.