Woodstock Framing Gallery features exhibit of iconic rock photos from original negatives
November 14, 2016
Joe Stefko, who’ll speak about the collection of rock photos drawn from original negatives that he’s exhibiting (and selling from) at Woodstock Framing Gallery, 4 p.m. Saturday, November 5, stood in front of a pristine print of what the rest of us know as Michael Cooper’s cover for the Rolling Stones’ Their Satanic Majesties’ Request. Around him are other Cooper prints from The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper album shoot, Bob Whitaker’s back cover image from Revolver, iconic shots of T Rex and Iggy Pop, early Beatles photos, John Lennon lithographs, and the pubescent redhead with an airplane that came out on a few hastily-withdrawn covers of Blind Faith’s only album, signed by the girl herself…
It was around the same time that the drummer began designing limited edition books; he currently works with three exclusive authors: Harlan Ellison, Dean Koontz and Tim Powers. He’d already gotten into collecting books while touring with The Turtles.
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