“Deep Cuts” art exhibit by Steve Parke opens Sept. 13 at WTMD

This portrait of David Bowie will be on display at "Deep Cuts" by Steve Parke, which opens Sept. 13 at WTMD.

This portrait of David Bowie will be on display at “Deep Cuts” by Steve Parke, which opens Sept. 13 at WTMD.

On Thursday, Sept. 13, WTMD is thrilled to host the free opening reception for “Deep Cuts,” a new exhibit of affordable musician-themed prints and posters by Baltimore’s own Steve Parke.

Steve spent years photographing and art directing the legendary Prince, and recently released the critically acclaimed book “Picturing Prince,” a collection of rare and unseen photographs of Prince.

The past few years, Steve has drawn portraits of hundreds of influential musicians, from David Bowie to Questlove, in his distinct black-and-white style. Dozens of them will be on display and available for purchase at WTMD for “Deep Cuts.”

The free reception, which features music from the Ed Lauer Trio as well as drinks and light fare, runs 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday Sept. 13 at 1 Olympic Place in Towson.

By |2018-09-14T12:08:08+00:00August 23rd, 2018|Categories: Baltimore Scene, Culture, Arts, and Community, WTMD News|