Herb Snitzer's memorable images have been featured inside the pages of Metronome and Life, on the covers of countless recordings, and at more than one hundred single or group exhibitions.
Louis ArmstrongEnter the gallery.
Jazz Painter Michael Symonds specializes in unique colorful portraits of jazz masters. His oil paintings capture the soul and spirit of the Jazz Legends that he paints. Michael’s medium of choice is oil on canvas.
Miles DavisEnter the gallery.
Over a period of five decades, the late Ray Avery captured the excitement and intensity of jazz in action. His works are featured in more than 100 books and over 250 LP and CD covers.
Ben WebsterEnter the gallery.
Jos L. Knaepen's remarkable photographs have captured the excitement of jazz in action since the late 1970s. We share a sample of the finest from his archive of 46,000 images in Knaepen's Visual Jazz gallery.
Marcus StricklandEnter the gallery.
Artist Suzanne Cerny is a regular contributor to jazz.com. She likes to sketch on site at jazz clubs when musicians are performing, and then transforms the images on on canvas.
Herbie HancockEnter the gallery.
Marcel Fleiss captured the excitement of jazz in a series of vivid photographs taken in New York, Paris and other locales during the 1950s when he was writer and photographer for Le Jazz Hot.
Harlem at Night
Martel Chapman’s daring images of jazz subjects are as daring and experimental as the musicians whose music he celebrates in his artwork.
Keith Henry Brown has created striking images of jazz artists featured at Jazz at Lincoln Center and on many compact disks.