Alice Cooper's Nightmare by Michael Broom

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Alice Cooper’s Nightmare by Micheal Broom.  This one of a kind art piece is based off the photo of Alice Cooper, taken by photographer Jeremy Saffer.

24 x 36

Oil, mixed media, blood on canvas


I’ve been a fan of Alice Cooper since I saw him on the Muppet Show as a kid. His creepy, theatrical  aesthetic and insane stage shows filled monsters and guillotine executions appealed to my budding sense of the macabre. Later, I was excited to see him pop up in some of my favorite horror movies like ‘Prince of Darkness’ , ‘Nightmare on Elm street 6’ and the soundtrack for ‘Friday the 13th part 6’ I actually got the opportunity to briefly meet Mr. Cooper at the 2007 Scream Awards show. I was working FX makeup on that gig, and we had to send a 4’1” actor on a flying rig down into the crowd during a Quentin Tarantino/ Robert Rodriguez skit where they order a gargoyle to attack someone. Our entrance point to the roof was a ladder right in the middle of Alice Cooper’s dressing room. He was a lovely, tolerant gentleman that kindly took a sec to chat with me while we were hustling the stunt together and I will always remember the little interaction.


Michael Broom is a concept artist for the Film and Television Industry, His projects have included storyboards and concept design for 'The Walking Dead', 'Creepshow' (TV Series), 'Blade Runner 2049', and 'X-Men: First Class' among other. His earlier career consisted of independent comic book projects, airbush painting, and creating art at Walt Disney World in Florida Trained extensively in traditional mediums and eventually branching out into digital technology, Michael now utilizes multiple different creative tools, with oils being his preferred weapon choice for most artistic projects.