Possibly the most iconic painter of the 1960s, Peter Max had a huge influence on the way the 60s are remembered and how the decade progressed toward love, peace and unity. This legendary artist is having an exhibition and show coming to Orlando, where the artist himself will be showing off his impressive new line of paintings.
If you lived in a college dorm room in the late 1960s chances are you had a Peter Max poster hanging on the wall.
It pretty much went with the territory.
Now, one of the most famous artists of that era, Peter Max, is coming to Orlando in April accompanying an exhibition of his new Master Series, a collection of works interpretive works of Vincent Van Gogh, Monet, Pablo Picasso, Renoir, and Edgar Degas, conceived in Max’s signature style and color.
Max will also exhibit his iconic portraiture of celebrities including two of Taylor Swift’s album covers, Grammy Award commissions, and the celebrity lifestyle.