ADRIAN VANDENBERG: 'Alibi' Lithograph Released

November 10, 2007

The web site dedicated to former WHITESNAKE/VANDENBERG guitarist Adrian Vandenberg's drawings and paintings has been updated with the following message:

"To celebrate the special occasion of the upcoming exhibition 'Stuck between Rock and an Artplace' in Antwerp, an overview of paintings by Vandenberg from the last thirty years, a very limited edition of only 75 lithographs of the legendary and internationally awarded painting Adrian made 1984 for the cover of the VANDENBERG 'Alibi' album in will be released.

"Since the Vandenberg Art site is online we have received a lot of inquiries about a possible lithography of this work and the 'Heading for a Storm' painting.

"We have decided that this special occasion deserved something unique, so.. this is it!

"We do realize that geographic reasons will prevent a lot of people to come to the Antwerp exhibition, so those who are interested in this unique work of art, handnumbered and signed by Vandenberg, can pre-order this exclusive item directly through us.

"The price of this collector's item will be only 575 euros ($837 USD) during the period of the Antwerp exhibition."

To view the image in question, click here.

(Thanks: Fullshred)

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