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Stevie Ray Vaughan


Floor It

“I use heavy strings, tune low, play hard and floor it. Floor it. That’s technical talk.” ~ Stevie Ray Vaughan Thus the name “Floor It” for this new portrait of Stevie Ray Vaughan. After the sell out of the prints from my first SRV painting, I’d kept my eye out for a different look and feel for a piece that portrayed the energy and soul that Stevie put into his music. I think this nails it. Stevie (October 3, 1954 – August 27, 1990) was an American guitarist, singer, songwriter and record producer. Often referred to by his initials SRV, Vaughan is best known as a founding member and leader of Double Trouble. He derived his uniquely eclectic yet intense style from a variety of musical genres. He was influenced by blues musicians including Albert King, Freddie King, Otis Rush, and Muddy Waters, as well as rock guitarists such as Jimi Hendrix and Lonnie Mack. After years of substance abuse which spiraled into a life-threatening dependency, Stevie cleaned himself up and remained drug and alcohol free for the rest of his life. After a comeback and renewed devotion to his music and sobriety, Stevie was killed in a helicopter crash after a concert at Alpine Valley, WI. This painting speaks volumes of my feelings towards Stevie. I hope you agree!!

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“Floor It” This reproduction has an image area of 19” x 27”(48.3 cm x 68.6 cm). Limited Edition of 250 prints.  


The price of the giclee paper print is $379  (Note, the copyright image will not appear on your print)

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    March 2, 2014 6:47 pmPosted 6 years ago

    Your paintings most certainly do express the essence of Stevie , most dynamically and with precision. I saw the print of the first painting; looked like a flaming energy field emanating from Stevie, which so perfectly expresses the power of his beautiful soul and his musical expression.

    You paint with such depth of sight and emotion, expressed so powerfully and uniquely through your use of color and technique.
    Awesome, and the best renditions of SRV I have ever seen, and I have seen many.


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    March 3, 2014 12:32 pmPosted 6 years ago
    Tom Noll (Author)

    Thankyou very much!!


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