POP UP GALLERY
September 1 - October 31, 2020
Malibu Lumber Yard
Drawing inspiration from early delta blues songs all the way up to modern blues infused rock songs, this exhibition can be seen as "The fine art version of a Blues music tribute album". The collection of paintings come from acclaimed artists living in France, Canada, Finland, the UK, United States, Spain, and Portugal.
Featured songwriters include: Muddy Waters, Nina Simone, John Lee Hooker, Sam Cooke, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jim Morrison, Etta James, Sam McGee, Dorothy LaBostrie, and Willie Dixon.
All artworks will be offered for sale at the exhibition.
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Art Inspired By The Songs Of
March 8, 2020
The “Luminous Lenses” exhibition features original artworks that were inspired by the song lyrics of John Lennon.
Artworks were created by a roster of internationally acclaimed professional fine artists from the U.S, Canada, Portugal, France, and the U.K.
Luminous Lenses is a tribute to the creative vision of artists with learning differences like John Lennon who was dyslexic. Song-Word Art House will be donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the artwork to support the Park Century School Scholarship Fund.
Park Century students typically have language-based learning issues such as dyslexia and, often, ADHD. For these and other learning differences, each child has a team of teachers who customize a program to their individual needs and strengths. These teachers also provide emotional support, which, in turn, fosters a healthy self-image in our students, empowering them to become advocates for their own education and active participants in their learning as they mature.
LA artists JD Shultz talks about finding inspiration and meaning in John Lennon's lyrics "Turn off your mind" from the classic Beatles song "Tomorrow Never Knows".
Portuguese artist Filippo Fiumani uses the John Lennon song "God" as inspiration for his graffiti infused multimedia artwork.
Some backstory on the writing and recording of Lennon's controversial song "God".