Live Event Painting at a Retirement Party in CT

April 27, 2017 at 9:39 pm Leave a comment

I recently had a great time painting a live event painting at an executive’s retirement party in Greenwich, CT.   Here is a little bit about the painting process behind completing  a live event painting!  First, I provide the client with a questionnaire to help outline the key people that the client would like detailed in the painting.  This is typically 5 or 6 faces, but can be more or less depending on time and budget.  At this event, I arrived an hour early (I sometimes arrive even earlier depending on detail of painting desired) to begin painting the background of the live event painting at this retirement dinner party.

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Here is a pic of the beginning pencil sketch:

Screen Shot 2017-04-27 at 5.24.46 PMAnd the beginning of filling in the background/ setting the scene…

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me, Rebecca, the live event painter artist for the evening at work …

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and the final live event painting:

livepaintingLive event paintings are a wonderful way to commemorate a special event- a wedding, retirement dinner, bar or bat mitzvah, special anniversary, awards dinner.  We create live event paintings in the NY Metro area, and travel to PA, CT and beyond!

 

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