Art Inspired By The Lyrics Of Legendary Songwriters
Rock, Punk, Hip Hop, Country, Blues, Folk
Based on the success of this summer's exhibition of "Echoes Of The Flame" in Muskoka, Ontario, the entire 18 piece collection of art inspired by the lyrics of The Tragically Hip is coming to Toronto for a limited run at Gallery 1313 located at 1313 Queen St. West. The exhibition will be open to the public from December 2 - 10, 2022.
In partnership with the legendary Andaz West Hollywood Hotel located on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, Song-Word Art House proudly presents a collection of original artworks inspired by lyrics from songs that span the rock, pop, punk, blues, and hip hop musical genres. Showing now until December 31, 2022.
Artist Filippo Fiumani uses lyrics from The Doors song "Riders On The Storm" as inspiration in his tribute to Jim Morrison
March 20, 2021
LA artist JD Shultz talks about finding inspiration in the song lyrics of John Lennon
When an artwork inspires a new creation it's as if the torch is passed and the flame ignites anew.
Lisbon based artist Filippo Fiumani grabs the torch from John Lennon and runs with it in his tribute to the Lennon song "God".
Fiumani takes on "Ziggy Stardust" with this mixed media tribute to the incomparable rebel David Bowie and his fictional alter ego from the 1970's.
Toronto Artist Eva Lewarne talks about using Leonard Cohen's lyrics as inspiration for her artworks.
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