All my work is music inspired. I usually take my mood and match it to music to create. When Tina Turner passed, I flipped the script a bit. I intentionally listened to her music with a focus on building a collection of paintings to honor her music and legacy. She remains a true inspiration as a woman of incredible strength and talent.
This is a 18 by 24 on gallery wrap canvas. Tina would go on to have 4 sons - two of her own and two adopted from Ike Turner's prior relationship.
Tina's first big hit was River Deep Mountain Wide. Like so many of the songs at the time, there were great background vocals. This painting 20 by 20 painting works to capture that.
This 20 by 20 painting is inspired by the chaotic environment that Tina Turner had to overcome. The lyrics of the song clearly depicts what was happening at home. The gold in the painting depicts her personal strength and greater love for herself to find a way out.
This is a 24 wide by 18 tall painting done in a more "pop culture" style. It's a fun painting for any music fan and named after the song of the same name.
This is actually a diptych (two paintings each 16 by 20 put together). You can't think of Tina Turner without thinking about her signature style.
There were many variety shows in the 1960s and 1970s. This is a 20 by 20 painting showing Tina as an individual performer.
After leaving Ike Turner, Tina had nothing but the rights to her name. She successfully rebuild her brand and career reinventing herself in the 1980s. This is a 18 by 24 painting that depicts her determination.
This is inspired by the comeback album "What's Love Got to do with it?" and also what Tina Turner said about what she thought Heaven would be like - "Words will be notes and conversations symphonies." This is a 48 by 48 painting. If purchased with "Conversations are Symphonies", apply a 20% discount to both.
This is inspired by the comeback album "What's Love Got to do with it?" and also what Tina Turner said about what she thought Heaven would be like - "Words will be notes and conversations symphonies." This is a 48 by 48 painting. If purchased with "Words are notes", apply a 20% discount to both.
Buddhism and meditation were a big source of strength for Tina in her later years. This is a 20 by 20 celebrating peace and purity of mind.
This is a 36 by 36 on Gallery wrap canvas. A happy bouquet of flowers that is a token of the many bouquets fans tossed in appreciation of her talents.
Tina spent almost 40 years with Erwin Bach as a couple. They were married the last 10 years of her life. He even donated his kidney to here. This is 36 by 36 celebrating love and dedication.