Bob and Kathy Levine, Hendrix’s publicity agents in the U.S., say that Jimi carried sketchpads and art boards with him and was often seen drawing his vivid images. Some of the paintings appear to have begun as small doodles which he developed into intricate highly involved images. Those familiar with his method of painting say Hendrix worked with 5 or 6 watercolor pens held between the fingers of his right hand as his other hand deftly created the amazingly intricate designs. All of the original art works in this outstanding collection have been examined and authenticated by Leon Hendrix, brother of the artist and a founder of the prestigious James Marshall (Jimi) Hendrix Foundation of Seattle, Washington.
Acrylic on canvas – 2017 – 3 x 5 ft