We’re excited to announce that Carl Palmer’s “Twist of the Wrist” fine art debut collection will be making its first U.S. appearance on gallery row at the Annapolis Collection Gallery, 55 West Street in historic downtown Annapolis from May 6 – June 4, 2013.
PLUS, you’re invited to attend a QA Night with Carl Palmer at the gallery. At this free event, Carl will be showcasing the work and discussing the process of creating the collection. There will be 2 in-person QA events: May 6 @ 8:00pm and May 7 @ 11:00pm.
We look forward to seeing you and ask that you RSVP below for the in-person events so that we can accomodate his guests.
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A legendary drummer.
A new medium in visual art.
The most limited release imaginable.
Carl Palmer, one of rock’s iconic figures, and a founding member of both Emerson Lake & Palmer and ASIA, is scheduled to release his first signature collection of fine art, created completely from rhythm.
Twist of the Wrist by Carl Palmer is a series of signed and numbered prints on canvas featuring stunning visual images constructed from drum performance. Working with acclaimed L.A. art team SceneFour, the artwork featured within combine motion, color, and lighting into some of the most compelling fine art visuals ever created. This very limited art collection is available at www.CarlPalmerArt.com starting on February 1, 2013. They will also be available in selected art galleries and at Carl Palmer shows during his extensive 2013 tour.
“I have been extremely interested in modern art since my earliest days in ELP, but I never envisioned myself as someone who would create it,” says Palmer. “SceneFour has enabled me to combine the two things I am most passionate about: fine art and music.”
“I think viewers will be amazed when they see Carl’s rhythmic approach and symmetric motion put to canvas. It captures a new dimension, not of this world,” SceneFour Art Director Ravi Dosaj states.