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live painting at your wedding

 
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live wedding painting

Make an impression during your reception.

Your live wedding painting tells the story of your celebration on canvas , as it happens. Your guests are entertained and invited to interact (inquire, check the progress, pose!) and the couple is left with an heirloom keepsake to reflect on just hours after the last guest finally leaves.

 
 
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“Truly Amazing!!!”

“The kids left for their honeymoon so I get to enjoy the painting in my living room! You are so talented !!! So many of our guests just loved watching you create this beautiful piece of art!!!! Thank you so much.”

M.Towns, mother of the bride

 

corporate events & fundraisers

Treat your guests to a more memorable experience.

A painting created during a private party, corporate event or event fundraiser can be a generous gesture to attendees, giving them the chance to interact with the artist, have the chance to bid on and get painted into the artwork, or make their own mark on the canvas. Whatever best benefits your organization.

 
 
 

learn live painting with cindy scott

Guests are always curious but hesitant early in the evening to come see the painting begin… an artist painting!?? In a place like this? There’s a few that wander closeby and around the easel. The first comments are often “Oh you’re painting!”

As the event progresses, they see the canvas come to life, they warm up to the idea of a live painting and to me, they’re able to pick out themselves, key moments they witness, and ask one of my most FAQ, "Do you give lessons?"

And that answer is now YES!

I am building an online space for artists to gather and learn how to paint live events.

When was the last time you stretched your creative muscles?

Like, really stretched … maybe painting outside on a hot sunny afternoon when the sweat bees were swarming the reds and oranges on your palette… or painting a jam-packed dance floor bouncing to the live band on stage and the lights flashing in rhythm to capture a subject (or subjects) in action… or worked to piece together things that weren’t even in the same spot at the same time?

My goal with this community is to help refine your skills, find your focus, and - of course - provide the utmost support for like minded creatives like you ready to turn your talents into a position that recognizes your worth.

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