Coveted artwork created by legendary guitarist emerges. - Select few invited to world premier of the artists proofs, in subterranean vault where Michael Jackson stashed his masterpieces.
When rock guitar catalyst Jimi Hendrix died in 1970 at the age of 27, many had already estimated the depth of his impact on music, performance and showmanship. Few, however, knew the scope.Most of Hendrix’s music would not be produced for publication until after his death, feeding a cataclysmic legal battle among heirs of his estate, as the legacy and its value grew.And there is more. In addition to creating the music that defined Woodstock and a generation, Hendrix put down on paper the images in his mind, which he often told friends and family he was constantly trying to define with his guitar. Those images bore like names to the music they inspired. Brilliant and thought provoking, they scream for interpretation.Until now.
On July 20, 2013 Thriller Villa and Rockin Artwork, LLC presented the world premier of there collection of Limited Art Editions of rare photos, artists renditions and pieces drawn by Jimi Hendrix, in the Artists Vault at Thriller Villa, the former residence of Michael Jackson in Las Vegas. Several of the extremely limited edition artists proofs and limited edition Giclees, was offered by Rockin Artwork to a select group of invited guests, as the Vault opens for the very first time to outsiders. Since, the exhibit was open for private viewers till the end of 2014. The collection is now available for purchase though Galleries, Events and Online Stores until the numbered editions are sold out.
Leon Hendrix, brother of Jimi Hendrix, is available to personalize individual artists proofs and Giclees. We use museum quality inks and PH-Balanced Acid Free Archival Photo Rag Paper Stock.
Artists Vault at Thriller Villa
Open Launch Ceremony of Rockin Artworks Collection at Thriller Villa
"Las Vegas Home of Micheal Jackson"