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The Motor City is Burning

JLH print newAcrylic on Masonite
32" x 24" Framed
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The year is 1967 and Detroit erupts into racial violence. John Lee Hooker's song "Motor City Burnin'" is a soulful and chilling re-telling of those anxious days when the Motor City screeched to a halt and nearly burned to the ground.

Lachine's painting captures the spirit of Hooker's sorrowful and raw performance.

Robert Johnson

RJ originalAcrylic on board
32" x 24"
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His legendary guitar playing has inspired the likes of Eric Clapton and Keith Richards. His mythology looms larger still as even those unfamiliar with blues music have heard of the story of Robert Johnson's meeting at the crossroads with the Devil himself.

This is Paul's favourite of his own work.

Strat Stars

Strat postScratchboard
Framed
22" x 17"
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This gorgeous scratchboard painting pays tribute to the Blues & Blues Rock greats who have rocked the Fender Startocaster over the years.

Son House

Son House PosterAcrylic on Masonite
18" x 14" Framed
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Son House and his conflicted soul is represented in this painting. House spent much of his life wavering between religion and the blues, whiskey and women.  He even took a stab at preaching before succumbing to the mistress that was the blues.

Howlin' Wolf

wolf postAcrylic on Masonite
Framed
24" x 12"
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Howlin' Wolf is truly one the masters of the blues painted here in his classic howl. Ahooooow!

Otis Rush

Otis PosterAcrylic on Masonite
22" x 16.5" Framed
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Arguably the greatest blues vocalist of his generation. This portrait of Otis Rush depicts his look around mid-sixties against a mysterious moon and night sky.

Charlie Patton

Patton PostAcrylic on Masonite
18" x 14" Framed
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Charlie Patton ,known for his gravely voice and percussive guitar style, is often referred to as the father of the blues. Here pictured in the the Dockey Farm -the birthplace of the blues.

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