Artpark & philip burke Partnership 


Since the 2016 season, Artpark and LB Mason Fine Art, LLC's partnership has been showcasing the vibrant, unique, and jaw dropping artwork of Philip Burke, a Buffalo born artist. Burke's work has adorned the pages of major publications, including Newsweek, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Time, and Rolling Stone Magazine, to name a few.


2018 Live Painting events:

Philip Burke completed live paintings just steps away from the stage during select 2018 concerts! At the conclusion of each live painting event, Artpark raffled off a full size giclee canvas print, signed and embellished by Philip Burke

The print is valued at $3,500 and portion of the proceeds benefit Artpark's Visual Art Camp, thanks to the generous support of LB Mason Fine Art LLC.


Philip Burke 2018 Live Painting Events:

July 24: Gov't Mule

Winner: #1


July 17: Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi

Winner: #20


June 26: Colin James

Winner: #26


Aug 14: Trombone Shorty

Winner: #65



Aug 28: The B-52's

Winner: #64

Philip Burke 2017 Live Painting Events:

June 20: Randy Bachman
Winner #30

June 27: Brian Setzer
Winner #72

July 11: Loverboy
Winner #62

July 19: Ziggy Marley
Winner #122


July 25: Shirley Manson of Garbage
Winner: #112


August 1: George Thorogood
Winner: #14



Philip Burke 2016 Live Painting Events:  

Barenaked Ladies by Philip Burke


Winner: #852 

Blue Rodeo by Philip Burke


Winner: #326

The Band Perry by Philip Burke


Winner: #109

Ben Folds by Philip Burke


Winner: #103 

Philip Burke's collaboration with Artpark blurs the line between fine art and great music. His bold interpretations of rock and roll icons have caught the attention of music fans and critics alike. Rolling Stone Magazine honored Burke as a "Featured Artist" for an astounding 7 years. In addition, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the mecca of music artifacts, proudly displayed Burke's paintings for countless museumgoers to enjoy. 
Philip Burke once said "When I was a teen in Buffalo, I wanted to be a rock star, but I couldn't play any instruments and I was too shy to sing. So, I put my dream into painting and drawing rock stars".