Peter Max colors NBC’s “The Voice”

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Pop artist Peter Max is known for his bold, exciting color palette and his love of music, both of which combined to create new artwork for NBC’s “The Voice.”

Max, who has painted portraits for a multitude of celebrities (including a portrait of Taylor Swift), created colorful artwork featuring the show’s musician coaches: Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani. The artwork celebrates the return of the singing competition for its ninth season.

“I love music, I love ‘The Voice,’ I love painting it, I love adding color to it,” Max says. “Music and my art, they all go together all the time.”

Music is a major factor for artists when it comes to creating art. Along with Max, Park West Gallery artists like Marcus Glenn, Tim Yanke, Lebo and Peter Nixon attribute music as inspiration for their artwork.

“The Voice” begins airing on September 21.

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