The Eye of the Beholder
Rock ’n’ roll! Iconic artist Michael McCarty hits a new rhythm with his work like this gorgeous portrait of Frida Kahlo. A prolific artist since the days that invented “groove,” he once spent a night with the Rolling Stones in the 1970s, hanging with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood after one of their concerts. His artwork has appeared on the album covers of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Willie Nelson, Little Richard, Steppenwolf, and KC and the Sunshine Band, to name a few. Not that we’re trying to name-drop, but Andy Warhol even sought out his art back in the day. As any good artist should, McCarty has continued to hone his craft and morph into his artistry. This recent work is stunning, and you must see it in person to revel in its beauty.
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