Stewart Copeland has led an extraordinary creative journey for more than four decades. As drummer, producer, and composer, his musical footprint stretches radio, television, film, stage, and even the gaming world.
Copeland is unquestionably one of the most acclaimed drummers in music history. His work with The Police, who he co-founded, cemented his place in the history books of rock and resulted in an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. He has also performed on a number of notable recordings for artists like Peter Gabriel, Tom Waits, and Mike Rutherford. He is a member of several highly touted supergroups including Gizmodrome, Oysterhead, and Animal Logic.
Copeland has spent a substantial amount of his career composing. Most notably, Copeland has provided soundtracks for films like Wall Street, Airborne, Talk Radio, and Good Burger. Television scoring work includes a variety of programs including The Equalizer, Babylon 5, and Dead Like Me. He has also composed for opera and ballet.
Copeland has paved a unique creative path over his historic artistic career. In the spirit of innovation, "What is Art?" is now available to bring a new dimension to his rhythmic style and sound through 14 visuals on canvas made in-part from drum performance.