On Twitter, KISS’ legendary guitarist Paul Stanley posted a photo of the painting he had been working on and revealed he dedicated his artwork to Led Zeppelin icon Jimmy Page.
The co-founder and rhythm guitarist of KISS, Paul Stanley has been uncommonly known for his works as a painter. However, his artwork was exhibited in various art galleries from time to time and acquired by numerous art collectors. Paul’s official website associates his artwork with the Abstract Expressionists of the late 1940s and 1950s.
Stanley’s most famous work as an artist is the iconic KISS logo which he designed more than 40 years ago. His artistic and visual input in the logo universally recognized as one of the greatest logos of the 20th century.
Recently on Twitter, Paul Stanley shared another example of his little-known talent which was a colorful painting of the iconic guitarist Jimmy Page. On the caption of the picture, Stanley mentioned he took a short break from working on the painting dedicated to Led Zeppelin legend, but now, he was ready to get back to it. Paul also asserted that there was so much to do in order to complete his impressive work.
Here’s what Paul Stanley wrote in his latest tweet:
“Back To Painting! Jimmy’s been waiting patiently. So much to do!”
You can see the tweet Paul Stanley posted on his Twitter account below.
Back To Painting! Jimmy's been waiting patiently. So much to do! pic.twitter.com/TzpO8LOR8N
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) October 11, 2020