Dave Lombardo - Rhythm Mysterium

Opening dates - October 19 (MEL) and October 25 (SYD)

Outré Gallery is proud to be selling works by, and hosting, music legend Dave Lombardo during his visit to Australia in 2015 - showing art from his debut collection 'Rythym Mysterium'.

Dave Lombardo has spent more than three decades at the forefront of rhythm.  With an extensive and diverse career, Lombardo's work extends over a multitude of projects, genres, and now mediums, with the release of his debut collection of artwork.  

As the founding drummer of Slayer, Lombardo cemented his distinct place in heavy metal history at an early age, providing some of the most touted rhythms in metal history. As the current drummer for Fantômas and Philm, amongst others, Dave has stepped into new territory to display his masterful craft.

In his art debut 'Rythym Mysterium', Dave Lombardo expands his creative reach even further. In using drumsticks that light, he was able to capture the strokes of movement and visual abstraction of his playing much like a painter would - applying his craftsmanship through playing onto a new medium, and presenting on canvas.

Come view this new dimension of the music visual - Dave Lombardo's works will be displayed and for sale at Outré Gallery Melbourne and Sydney, including a guest appearance by the man himself at each consecutive opening.

Scroll down to see the works available!


Opening Monday 19 October / 6 - 8pm

runs till Sunday 25 October
Opening Sunday 25 October / 1 - 3pm
runs till Wednesday 28 October

Welcome to the exhibition page for 'Rhythm Mysterium'!

please note:
- all artworks are giclee print* on canvas, stretched and ready to hang
- works displayed here will be on show in Melbourne and Sydney
- if the work you are interested in is sold out, please contact our Melbourne Gallery (03) 9642 54555 to inquire as to availability of another one. Please note these are all limited to just 50 or 75 pieces worldwide
- there may be a wait on delivery for ordered works or for works to be sent to customers in other states. please speak with our Melbourne Gallery for an ETA

* giclee prints are created using a high-resolution high quality inkjet style printer. Images or paintings are carefully scanned and reproduced using stable pigment-based inks. 
The giclee process uses such small dots and so many of them that they are not discernible to the eye. A giclee print is essentially a continuous tone print showing every color and tonal nuance. The process lends high archival stability.