Friday June 21, 2024 at 7PM

Sow & Tailor Gallery

For one night only, join us for the opening celebration of Rock Abstracted – an exhibition centered around classic rock music and abstract expressionism art, created by multi-disciplinary artist Patrick Henry Johnson. These new works capture the essence of the iconic Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child”, The Rolling Stones “Start Me Up” and Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here” – all cult classics.

Patrick has been able to seize a moment in time and create a visual representation of what these songs look like to him. One of the works, “Tiny Dancer” (Sir Elton John), has a beautiful watery flow that dances across the panel, while “Black Magic Woman” (Santana) takes you through a vortex of pearlescent colors that lead you to another dimension. This is synesthesia at its finest. Synesthesia is when your brain routes sensory information through multiple unrelated senses, causing you to experience more than one sense simultaneously.

In other words, what does “Sympathy For The Devil”, the provocative yet catchy tune by The Rolling Stones, look like? That question will be answered on June 21st, the 2024 Summer Solstice, at Sow & Tailor Gallery, 157 W. 27th Street, Los Angeles, California at 7pm.

Don’t miss this magical, music-inspired visual art experience.

Behind the Process | Artistry in Motion

Friday June 21, 2024

at 7PM

Sow & Tailor Gallery