Just found out that Paul also does some POP art. He is not only the real front man from legendary KISS, but has a mojo running also for art.
By Joanie Cox - Contact Joanie Cox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Best-known as the face-painting, groupie-bedding frontman of the rock band Kiss, Paul Stanley has spent the past five years building a career as an abstract painter. Stanley’s vivid, colorful works include paintings of hearts, stars and even the Statue of Liberty, hardly subject matter you’d expect from the man who co-wrote “Lick It Up” and “Rock and Roll All Nite.”
"I discovered I wanted to paint about 10 years ago. Whether or not somebody can paint is really subjective. I started painting because I wanted another outlet and another way to express myself. I didn’t do it with the expectations of showing it to anybody. I was doing it purely for myself. When people saw some of the pieces in my house, they wanted to know who did them. Ultimately, I ended up doing a show. Besides being really gratifying, it was also really successful, so that started the ball rolling. I’ve done about 20 shows since then".
A flair of PETER MAX is in the air.