Wentworth Gallery, one of the nation’s leading fine art retailers, will present two more art exhibitions by artist and rock icon Paul Stanley. The KISS frontman will present his work at two special appearances at the Wentworth Gallery in the Mall at Chestnut Hill on Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26. His appearance will be open to the public and free of charge.
Paul Stanley's Wentworth Gallery appearances :
Friday – April 25, 2008 6-9 PM
Saturday – April 26, 2008 6-9 PM
Wentworth Gallery – Mall at Chestnut Hill
199 Boylston St # 44
Chestnut Hill, MA
*VIP Reception – 5 - 6 p.m. (Call for details)
In a recent interview with ABC7.com's George Pennacchio, Paul Stanley stated about his art, "What I'm trying to do with my art is connect with people emotionally. I think one of the beauties of abstract art is probably that it appeals to you emotionally, rather than intellectually. I'd rather get a smile or somebody going, 'Whoa!' than somebody going, 'Hmmm.'"
"I love color and somebody was describing my work and said to me, 'You know, you're fearless with color,' and I said, 'What's there to be afraid of?' You know — it's color!"
"You don't need a degree to know what good art is. Good art is what you love. When you go into a restaurant, you don't have to have someone tell you what bad food is. When you spit it out, guess what? It's bad,"
Paul's original works start at about $14,000, but his giclee reproductions begin at about a thousand dollars.
Watch video footage of Paul Stanley talking about his art below.