Bob Dylan’s The Drawn Blank exhibition to hit city

Assistant gallery manager Miriam Paterson with Sidetracks 20 May 1966. Picture: Neil Hanna
Assistant gallery manager Miriam Paterson with Sidetracks 20 May 1966. Picture: Neil Hanna
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HE’S the legendary songsmith whose career spans six decades – and now fans can own another form of his art.

Limited edition prints from Bob Dylan’s The Drawn Blank Series have been unveiled at the Castle Fine Art gallery priced at £1750.

The series is based on drawings made by Dylan while on the road from 1989 to 1992, and transformed into original watercolour and gouache paintings.

Gallery manager David Gill said: “Bob Dylan is notably one of the most influential icons of our time.

“The way in which he uses colour is incomparable to any other artist. He instantly breathes emotion and feeling into a painting, similar to how he can sing a song in a different style and change how the listener interprets it.”