Self taught local artist, Peter Miro exhibits his collection 'Monsters and Musicians' tonight from 6.30 at the Robin Hood Hotel.
Miro's large and medium sized works are inspired by Picasso and he uses acrylic as his preffered medium.
This collection is an exegis of the role music plays in our lives, and the maestros behind it.
"In a complex world of visual media and commercial exploitation, music plays a pivotal role in capturing our attention. Those who create visual images through music are themselves playing to the tune of their masters who dictate and shape our society sometimes in a way that is very removed from reality."
"Call them hidden little monsters if you like, they hide behind the veil of their corporate agendas and often use musicians as their tools to create the visual illusion through music," says Peter.
The exhibiton is part of the SALA Festival and will show for three weeks.
The opening is open to the public, so why not head down to the cosy Robin Hood, enjoy a glass of wine and marvel at Peter Miro's inspiring masterpieces.