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The Island Packet: John Mellencamp is rocking Daufuskie. But not in the way you think

Daufuskie Island has always offered different strokes for different folks.

Now those different strokes have gone big and bold in the form of a
self-portrait by part-time islander John Mellencamp.

He’s known to the world as the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer.

But it is as a visual artist that the star has chosen to join 25 other Daufuskie
artists now displaying their work at the Coastal Discovery Museum on Hilton Head

“I’m thrilled that he chose to be a part of our show,” said its organizer, Jenny
Hersch of Daufuskie. “We asked if he would participate, and he said, ‘I’m a
Daufuskie artist’ and the piece arrived from Indianapolis.”

State of the Arts: John Mellencamp Brings Somber Artwork to Youngstown

John Mellencamp has been making music and touring since the 1970s. But unbeknownst to many he’s dovetailed his music career with work as an accomplished painter. On this week’s State of the Arts, WKSU’s Mark Arehart  takes us to the Butler Institute in Youngstown for a look at the rocker’s newest exhibit.

Listen  to WKSU's Mark Arehart as he tours the new John Mellencamp show at the Butler Institute HERE.

Today's Featured Painting

Fairmount,         2017,         48 x 35,         Mixed Media on Plywood



48" x 35"

Mixed Media on Plywood


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