TONIGHT! TONIGHT!

1983...A Merman I Should Turn to Be

1983…A Merman I Should Turn to Be

This evening is the official opening of REVOLUTIONS 2 – Music as Art at the Forest Lawn Museum (corner of Glendale Avenue & San Fernando Road in Glendale).

I’ve got over 50 pieces in this group show. My work dates from my art school days right up until a month or two ago. I did a big Jimi Hendrix painting just for the show (Hendrix as a merman, illustrating my favorite song of his: 1983…A Merman I Should Turn to Be).

The museum shop is well-stocked with my book Legends of the Blues. I’ll be signing all night long (well…from 6:00 – 8:00 PM anyway).

See You There, I Hope!

5 Responses to “TONIGHT! TONIGHT!”

  1. Rick Catizone says:

    Really nice piece, Bill ! But I am also now wondering what Hendrix would sound like underwater…..

  2. Benno Rothschild says:

    Wow, I love that Hendrix piece Bill. That is amazing!! Wish I was on the West coast so I could check that show out as I am sure I would really enjoy it.

  3. Aaron says:

    Great Hendrix piece, Mr. Stout. Reminds me of Shakespeare’s line from The Tempest,
    “And nothing about him but doth suffer a sea change.”

  4. Jim says:

    This is one of your BEST watercolors, that I can recall. Keep coming back to look at it. I’m sure you’ll get top dollar when you decide to put it on the market.

  5. Romån Aråmbula says:

    Great piece! I missed the show…..Iam so sorry…Bill, do you put the blacks before the color? or the blacks over the colors ?
    Your friend Romån…..

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