Sir Paul McCartney hosts the second of a two-show stand at Detroit’s Little Caesars Arena tonight.
But some of the former Beatles’ work is on display elsewhere in metro Detroit.
They range from Ringo’s cheerful, Andy Warhol-esque pictures to McCartney’s more abstract style.
(Exhibit officials tell WDET Starr originally began creating art as a way to battle boredom when the former Beatle drummer was on the road.)
The exhibit also has art done by George Harrison and John Lennon, including works Lennon originally drew as a wedding gift to Yoko Ono.
The art show and sale continues until tomorrow night.