Roky Erickson by Scott Newton

Roky Erickson by Scott Newton

from 600.00

Roky Erickson, taken in Austin by photographer Scott Newton from our exclusive collection, The Scott Newton Archive. 

Available as a signed, limited edition photographic print

Photographers Notes: Roky Erickson. early 1974 or late 1973. He was at a party in Clarksville, an old freed-slave community which has now been absorbed by Austin. But, at the time, a very old (80+) black man named Uncle Seymore, the son of a freed slave who had built the house Unk still lived in, loved the hippies who would come party and play at his house and they loved him back... This is one of my favorite Roky images, made when he was young and absolutely brilliant.

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The Scott Newton Archive at Modern Rocks Gallery

Available in two sizes, printed to the highest quality with a white border around the image

A. Paper size 13" x 18" - EDITION 250 - $600
B. Paper size 20" x 28" - EDITION 180 - $900

  • Printed to order on heavyweight cotton photo rag with a matte finish

  • Hand signed and numbered by Scott Newton

  • Custom large format prints available on request - please contact for a quote

Please expect 2 weeks production time as we are printing to order, with immediate shipping thereafter
Collection from the gallery is available as an option on checkout

Image © Scott Newton - Not to be reproduced without permission.