Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac fame is launching a photography exhibit at Liss Gallery in Toronto – the drummer and founding member of the band will have his works showcased from Wednesday until October 31st.
The show is entitled “Reflections” and will include 30 of the musician’s photos. In a statement (as reported by The Canadian Press), Fleetwood says each piece has “a distinct and personal story” reflecting his life, roots and passions, particularly nature. The England native, who lives in Maui, will be at the Toronto gallery for a private reception on October 17th.
Fleetwood, who enjoyed much success with the award-winning Fleetwood Mac, also had a successful solo career and is a published author. The band, made up of Stevie Knicks, Lindsey Buckingham, John McVie, and Christine McVie, who recently reconvened, are still performing, with a show coming up in September in Minneapolis.
“I think it’s about getting your house in order, without being overly heavy,” he told Blackstone (CBS News). “The reality is, I’m sitting here, I’m 67 years old, I’m certainly not planning on leaving anytime that I know of, but you do see the picture in a different way just because you’re older.”
For more info, visit the Liss Gallery website.
Photo: Liss Gallery