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ART EXHIBIT: RHYTHM


We are excited to announce our upcoming multimedia exhibition at the Orange County Great Park featuring the artistic works of celebrated musicians

Dave Lombardo - Slayer

Chad Sexton - 311

Chad Smith - Red Hot Chili Peppers

Bill Ward - Black Sabbath

Rhythm is a unique multimedia exhibition featuring the artistic works of celebrated musicians and a collaborative project produced by SceneFour with drummers

Exhibition Reception: Sunday, September 4, 1-3 p.m.

Exhibition runs Saturday, September 3-Sunday, November 13

Price: Free/All ages

Location: Great Park Gallery, City of Irvine

The Great Park Gallery is located in the Palm Court Arts Complex and is open Thursdays-Fridays: noon-4 p.m. and Saturdays-Sundays: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.


Rock NYC: Chad Smith's 'Parallax' At Mr Musichead At Mr Musichead Gallery, Thursday April 21st 2016


Chad Smith is tall but looks like any regular guy, wearing his cap backward, a beer in hand, and friendly posing for all the pictures fans want to take with him. He hung out for two hours at Mr Musichead Gallery on Thursday night for the grand opening of his fine art exhibit 'Parallax'. Read More



Will Calhoun Debuts AZA in New York

On Friday, April 22nd the opening reception of AZA by Will Calhoun made its debut in the Bronx at Casita Maria Cultural Center for Arts and Education. The entire collection was on display and Calhoun discussed the work and even performed music inspired by the pieces. The exhibit will be on display into the summer and we encourage you to take a look at the extraordinary exhibition space and staff at Casita Maria. Get more details at www.casitamaria.org.






Bill Ward Showcases "Absence Of Corners" Art Collection In Los Angeles

August 15th 2015, Fathom Gallery, Los Angeles CA: Heavy metal icon and former Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward has spent the past few years developing a "rhythm on canvas" style of art collection titled "Absence Of Corners". The creation of these pieces of art involve Ward setting up his drum kit in a completely dark room and playing colored drum sticks, his movements and the drumming color patterns captured through open shutter photography and rendered on canvas. The collection made its West Coast debut at Fathom Gallery in downtown Los Angeles last weekend, wherein Ward held three sessions to discuss the art in detail. Metal Assault was in attendance for session #2, at 5 PM on Saturday August 15. Read More



A Message From Bill Ward on His Upcoming Art Show in L.A. (OFFICIAL)




For the first time, legendary drummer Bill Ward will showcase his art collection of rhythm-on-canvas on the west coast on August 15-16, 2015. The event will be at FATHOM Gallery in Los Angeles. Open to the public, attend the public reception – RSVP required at www.billwarddrumart.com.




DAVE LOMBARDO @ FORGOTTEN SAINTS, HOLLYWOOD – Shows drum light demonstration



Thanks to everyone who made Dave Lombardo’s art debut at Forgotten Saints a success. Dave will be announcing a future art show; Art on A Gallery located 24 Avenue A, New York City. DaveLombardoArt.com



Bill Ward Art Exhibit – The only Los Angeles appearance – Discussion & Art Show



The exhibition opens on August 15th with two artist discussions by Mr. Ward in which he details the concepts underlining the artwork and relates personal stories of how each piece is connected to his private or professional life. The first lecture starts at 2PM and the second at 5PM. The lectures are free to the public, however attendance to each lecture is available on a first-come basis and pre-registration is required. The Absence of Corners Exhibition is a special limited engagement and only hangs at FATHOM, Los Angeles through August 29th. RSVP: BillWardDrumArt.com




Dave Lombardo To Appear and Showcase His Art – July 11th in L.A.




Join drummer Dave Lombardo in Los Angeles at Forgotten Saints on Saturday, July 11, 2015. Dave will be discussing all 12 pieces in his art debut collection Rhythm Mysterium with the public. RSVP at www.davelombardoart.com to attend.




Dave Lombardo’s Art Exhibition at Forgotten Saints in Hollywood (7.11.15)



On July 11, 2015 legendary drummer Dave Lombardo will unveil his art debut collection of rhythm-on-canvas to the public with an in-person symposium on the creation of the work. A free event, those who wish to attend must RSVP at www.davelombardoart.com.






"It's now official! Rick Allen will be showcasing his fine art debut collection Electric Hand at America's premiere art gallery, Martin Lawrence Galleries at the Forum Shops in Las Vegas. From March 22 - April 10, his entire collection of rhythm on canvas will be on display, and we encourage you to visit the gallery while you're there to see it and own the final pieces available in the world."

"There will also be 2 LIVE Q&A EVENTS with RICK at the gallery where he will be discussing the collection and meeting the public. We'd love to see you there. The events will be on March 28, 2013 at 6:30pm and on April 5, 2013 at 6:30 at the gallery."





COME TOGETHER

The Visual Art of SceneFour and…

The RZA, Chuck D, Bootsy Collins, Page Hamilton, Angelo Moore, DJ QBert, Shavo Odadjian, Matt Sorum, Frankie "Kash" Waddy, Stephen Perkins, George Lynch at

The Andrew Weiss Gallery
Public Exhibition: September 15 – November 1, 2011

Four years ago, SceneFour partners Cory Danziger and Ravi Dosaj embarked on a project to unite the worlds of music and visual art. They approached some of the world's most influential musicians with the aim of collaborating. Later, The Village Voice named "Victory Or Death", a collaboration with RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan "the greatest painting of 2010". And now, after works with Chuck D of Public Enemy, Bootsy Collins, Shavo Odadjian of System Of A Down, Matt Sorum of Guns 'N Roses fame, Stephen Perkins of Jane's Addiction, Angelo Moore of Fishbone, Frankie "Kash" Waddy Parliament / Funkadelic, Page Hamilton Helmet and George Lynch of Dokken, SceneFour presents "Come Together", an exclusive exhibition at Andrew Weiss Gallery in Beverly Hills, CA where Danziger and Dosaj will finally display these groundbreaking canvases in person, with a little help from the artists on the wishlist that started it all.