KISS frontman Paul Stanley's artwork is being displayed today (Saturday, March 3) at the New York Art Expo. The Expo takes place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center (655 W. 34th Street) in New York City. Paul's display is at the Celebrity Publishing Booth #2563. A few photos of Paul arriving at the Javits Convention Center for the New York Art Expo this afternoon are available at PaulStanley.com.
For more than thirty years, Paul Stanley has reigned supreme as one of the single-most recognizable front men in the history of rock and roll. He's the principal songwriter, driving force and unwavering voice of KISS. A visionary and trend-setter since the early 1970s, Paul Stanley's passion for both the musical and visual arts has perhaps been the key to the astonishing ongoing world phenomenon known as KISS. His artistic and visual input has been seen in his designs of KISS album covers, stages and apparel. As an art major and graduate of the prestigious high school of Music and Art in NYC, Paul has returned to his passion for painting to share with you the deep emotions his art conveys. Paul Stanley creates portraits and abstracts that are emotionally charged compositions. He aims to maximize the direct physical impact of his paintings through scale, texture, color and simplicity of images.