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Limited edition gallery wrapped giclee on canvas. Includes original sketch on back and certificate of authenticity. 

12"h x 24"w - $ 725


24"h x 48" - $1,595


30" x 60" - $1,950


24"h x 48"w Artists Proof - hand embellished - $2,595


“This is a piece that I contemplated painting for a long time. Music is obviously an important part of my life. One of my earliest musical memories surrounding popular music was hearing ‘American Pie’, by Don McLean, for the first time. Being 9 years old or so at the time, I didn’t understand what the lyrics meant, but the song was still able to touch me deep inside and left an indelible mark there. I think the idea for ‘The Day the Music Died’ grew organically from that song, as if the idea was always there. Buddy Holly was naturally to be included in the painting but he was the only one from that tragic incident that I wanted to include since there have been so many other tragedies. I had done research for the painting over the years and I always work from lists. Getting to #6 on the list was easy for me, but I was never clear who the seventh would be no matter who I talked to or what angle I looked at my vision for the painting from. Interestingly, M