Dylan created many of his drawings while on tour in the 1980s. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988. To this day, Dylan has continued to pack in more than 100 concerts on the road with "The Never-Ending Tour."
"An artist is an artist is an artist. The fact that he happens to be a great artist across disciplines, considering who he is, is not a shock to me," Paul Green, president and curator of Halcyon Gallery, told ABCNEWS.com.
"Dylan has been drawing and painting all of his life, and he's also a sculptor. This is a story of one man on the road -- and his art is a study of everyday ordinariness -- where things appealed or affected him. He also says that drawing gave him a great sense of calmness."
(Copyright Ã‚Â© 2007 Bob Dylan, via Halcyon gallery)