Jazz Portrait of Johnny Rodgers on Saxophone

Jazz portrait of Johnny on Sax with the Gambit Jazzmen

My jazz painting and portrait of Johnny Rodgers captures him playing with the Gambit Jazzmen in St James’ Hall, Ramsgate, during the Seaside Shuffle Trad Jazz Festival in July, 2011. Johnny epitomises saxophony at its very best with his virtuoso performances. A very personable musician, Johnny is a favourite of jazz fans wherever he stars whether playing sax or clarinet and I was delighted when requested to paint his jazz portrait.

Fine art print of the jazz portrait of Johnny

Passion Personified
Sparkling hues
Rhythm and blues
Dazzling jazz
Razzmatazz
Passion personified
By Johnny on sax.

Fine Art Giclée Prints of this portrait are available, with or without my descriptive poem. Simply email: peter@jazzandjazz.com to place your order and help support jazz.

Comments

  1. Paul van Gelder says:

    Just opened an email from Pete Lay informing us of the very sad news that Johnny Rodgers passed away yesterday, sunday 3rd January, 2016.
    You may have been informed already, but we felt that as many people/friends as possible would like to be informed.

    Rose and Paul
    Concorde, Southampton

  2. David and Patricia. says:

    Just heard today of the very sad loss of a brilliant jazz musician and one of the most personable guys on the circuit. All our condolences to Kathy and family. No doubt he will be playing with his mate Dave Waskett in the Heavenly Jazz Club.
    R.I.P. Johnny.

    David and Patricia,
    In the good old days of the 1066 Jazz Club.

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