The acclaimed trumpeter presented more than a dozen of his paintings and sculptures.
Herb Alpert, the famed jazz trumpeter, also happens to be a visual artist, on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2019 unveiled more than a dozen of his abstract paintings and bronze sculptures to the general public at the Heather James Fine Art gallery in New York.
An opening reception was held at the gallery, on 42 East 75th Street in New York.
The exhibit, titled “Herb Alpert: A Visual Melody,” was Alpert’s first solo show in the city in more than 15 years.
“New York has always been an inspirational city to me for both my music and my art,” Alpert said in a press release. “I am excited to continue to work with Heather James Fine Art to bring my sculptures and paintings to this vibrant city.” He also acknowledges being influenced by the Mexican painter Rufino Tamayo.
"Autumn Sunset" 1993 36" x 46" Acrylic on canvas