KISS Coffeehouse hosts Jeffrey Scott Holland exhibition

Primitive "Southern Gothic" painter Jeffrey Scott Holland unveils his KISS-themed artworks at the classic rock band's own coffeehouse in Myrtle Beach
March 10, 2007 - PRLog -- For immediate release:


Jeffrey Scott Holland,
Debbie O'Connell, 843.626.KISS


"Fuel To Build A Fire" :
KISS paintings by Jeffrey Scott Holland

KISS Coffeehouse
Broadway at the Beach
1320 Celebrity Circle
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Opening reception:
April 7, 2007

Jeffrey Scott Holland, neo-expressionist artist
currently living in Louisville, Kentucky, turns his
ultra-primitive "Southern Gothic" eyeball to
The Demon, The Cat Man, Starchild and
Space Ace in this once-in-a-lifetime exhibit
of KISS-themed painting and prints, held in
the band's very own coffee house in Myrtle
Beach's beautiful and upscale "Broadway At
The Beach" entertainment complex.

Holland, a KISS fan since childhood, has often
woven oblique references to the band into his
paintings, which have hung in galleries and museums
in New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris in the
last twenty years. His portraits of the band members
(and the archetypal characters they represent) are
done in a tongue-in-cheek manner that often pokes
fun at his idols, but with love.

A special limited edition KISS comic book by
Holland will be given away only at the show, and
will be available nowhere else.

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