From left, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer, Paul Stanley and Tommy Thayer of Kiss in 2012. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Hey, isn’t that . . . rocker Paul Stanley at the Tysons Galleria and Westfield Montgomery malls?

The guitarist and singer for the legendary rock group Kiss has added fine arts to his repertoire. His collection of art pieces, which include acrylic sculptures and paintings, are being displayed at Wentworth galleries across the country, including at the malls in Tysons and Bethesda.

Stanley (whose real name is Stanley Bert Eisen) stopped by the Westfield Montgomery for a few hours Friday night and visited the Tysons location on Saturday evening, according to posts on his Instagram account.

The rocker was originally scheduled to make his Washington-area rounds on Sept. 14 and 15, but Hurricane Florence caused him to postpone his visit.