Galleries: Monochromatic Oldies for Boomers

The Monochomatic Oldies for Boomers consists of sixteen 12" x 9" portraits all mounted together on a custom-made frame. Each portrait combines the name of a famous person with an oldies song title or an oldies band name that includes a reference to a color. Scroll down to view close-ups of each portrait.

Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd

Portrait of Mayberry's Barber, Floyd

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Pink Freud
Pink Freud

Portrait of Sigmund Freud

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Hart of Gold
Hart of Gold

Portrait of Senator Gary Hart

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Sister Golden Harriet
Sister Golden Harriet

Portrait of Harriet Nelson with husband, Ozzie.

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Green River
Green River

Portrait of Johnny Rivers

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Mr. Green Tamborine Man
Mr. Green Tamborine Man

Portrait of Bob Dylan

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Dee Purple
Dee Purple

Portrait of Sandra Dee

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Purple Hayes
Purple Hayes

Portrait of U.S. President Rutherford B Hayes

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Moody in Blues
Moody in Blues

Portrait of Evangelist D. L. Moody

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Blue Moon
Blue Moon

Portrait of Moon Unit Zappa with Father

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Yellow Sub Maureen
Yellow Sub Maureen

Portrait of Maureen O'Hara

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Bellow Yellow
Bellow Yellow

Portrait of Saul Bellow

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Black is Black
Black is Black

Portrait of Shirley Temple Black in Blackface

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Paint Itt, Black
Paint Itt, Black

Portrait of Cousin Itt

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Crimson and Grover
Crimson and Grover

Portrait of U.S. President Grover Cleveland

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The King in Crimson
The King in Crimson

Portrait of Elvis Presley

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Inspired by: Pink Floyd; Neil Young's Heart of Gold; America's Sister Golden Hair; Creedence Clearwater Revival's Green River; Bob Dylan's Mr. Tambourine Man and the Lemon Pipers' Green Tambourine; Deep Purple and Nino Tempo & April Steven's Deep Purple; Jimi Hendrix's Purple Haze; The Moody Blues; The Marcels' Blue Moon; The Beatles' Yellow Submarine; Donovan's Mellow Yellow; Los Bravos' Black is Black; The Rolling Stones' Paint It, Black; Tommy James and the Shondells' Crimson and Clover; King Crimson.