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Stevie Ray Vaughan Art Print Poster Acrylic Painting
Stevie Ray Vaughan Art Print Poster Acrylic Painting
Stevie Ray Vaughan Art Print Poster Acrylic Painting
Stevie Ray Vaughan Art Print Poster Acrylic Painting
Stevie Ray Vaughan Art Print Poster Acrylic Painting
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Stevie Ray Vaughan Art Print Poster Acrylic Painting

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Art Prints are created using scans of my original paintings. This Print features Stevie Ray Vaughan and was done in a psuedo-impressionist style (is that even a thing?...I think I just made that up)... anyhow, with this particular style of painting I only use palette knives to apply the paint so it leaves a lot of textures and layers on the painting, which are clearly visible on the Art Prints as well.

A quick note about Stevie Ray: have you ever had a Holy S%!* moment at a concert? You know, when you're not really knowing what to expect from a particular band or artist? And then they come out and blow the roof off the place. This happened to me the first time I saw Stevie Ray Vaughan.

He was opening for the Moody Blues (strange but true) early on their tour in 1984 and he was still relatively unknown outside of Texas. My friends and I were right up next to the stage and saw the letters SRV painted on the amps. We thought that was the name of the band. We had no idea what we were in for. When the lights dimmed, out walked Stevie Ray and Double Trouble, Stevie looking as badass a person should be allowed, and they immediately went into Jimi's Voodoo Chile, which they ended up recording later on their second album.

Anyhow...needless to say, our mouths dropped and you could feel the energy building in the crowd as he played. It kept going and going. Stevie was brilliant. By the end of his set, a crowd that probably never even heard of him gave him was giving him a standing ovation and calling him for an ENCORE....from an opening act. I'd never seen anything like that before or since. I actually felt bad for the Moody Blues, I really did. They are a great band in their own right...(and they were great that night too), but no one should ever have to take the stage after someone like Stevie Ray is done with it. That's jut not a fair fight.

• Digitally Printed. • Available sizes: 11x14 inch, 12x16 inch and 16x20 inch, • Printed with a Matte Finish on Heavy Duty Archival Paper • 220 GSM Heavy Weight Paper • Frame is not included.

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