Bob Dylan will put his artwork on display for the first time ever at the Ross Art Group gallery, New York.
The "Drawn Blank Series" features about fifty sketches made by Dylan between 1989 and 1992.
"Bob Dylan's mind is a creative mind and that doesn't stop just at music," gallery owner Mickey Ross told the New York Daily News. "It's reflected in his paintings."
"The series started with Bob Dylan's sketches while he was travelling on the road," Ross continued to Euronews.com. "Most of these sketches were done over 15 years ago. They were put together in a book at one point as black and white sketches. And it was a book that was published by Random House called 'Drawn Blank Series.'"
The Bob Dylan art exhibit will run from May 8 to May 30 at the Ross Art Group gallery in New York, NY. A portion of the earnings will benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS research.
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