Laser Guided Painting

Laser Guided Painting | Art of Everyone

Monday, August 7 - Tuesday, August 8, 2017, 12pm-7pm

Anita's Way
137 West 42nd Street
(the through-block connecting 42nd and 43rd streets,
between Broadway and 6th Ave)
New York, NY

Nearest Trains: 1, 2, 3, S, 7, B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, W

Open Press Interviews: Monday, August 7, 4pm-7pm
Live Performance Painting: Monday, August 7, 12pm-7pm
Tuesday, August 8, 12pm-7pm

Art of Everyone is pleased to announce the debut of “LASER GUIDED PAINTING”, a new crowd-sourced, LIVE PERFORMANCE ART installation. "LASER GUIDED PAINTING" is a 7-hour live art installation, a free event for people of all ages who want to express their creativity working directly with our highly-skilled Artist Conductors. During this time, a total of seven large-scale canvases, each measuring 7' tall x 5' wide, will be painted by participants. Anyone and everyone can co-create fine art with no artistic skill required.

Art of Everyone began in 2014 and was perceived to be just another night hanging out in Brad Noble's studio - filled with art, music and technology tinkering. After seeing two separate, innovative techniques that Brad was experimenting with side by side, we said "why don't we combine them for the fun of it?". Brad started directing everyone to paint from behind a large canvas using a laser pointer. He never touched the canvas and a couple of novices, pushing paint through the canvas, brought a portrait to life.

After a few years of traveling with the concept and working it out with groups of people of various backgrounds from Barcelona to Los Angeles and New York, we saw the wonder, excitement and joy it brought. It truly is the art of everyone where artists and people of all ages, collaborate to manifest creativity where art and technology are blended into a unique experience.

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About the Artists
Brad Noble, Creator and Artistic Director of "Art of Everyone", is a fine artist, working in large-scale figurative oil, specializing in the human form. He has a passion for faces - humans and animals. He’s always been one to embrace emerging technology, figuring out how it can be incorporated into his work while staying rooted in old mediums. With his paintings on permanent display at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art and in the personal collection of Tom Waits, Brad Noble is getting serious attention as an oil painter.

Noble was trained as an illustrator and concept artist for the entertainment industry only to fall in love with the freedom of creating big oil paintings. His interest in story telling and his paintings are often a combination of his own story or that of those around him, inspired by current events around the world or sentimental allegories that he feels the urge to document.  He is making paintings that bridge figurative academia with contemporary minimalism with strong center figures inside of a larger context of space, color and surface. Noble is a graduate of ArtCenter College of Design, in Pasadena, California.

Art of Everyone - There is a translation by all parties that takes on its own unique personality. Often, painting is a solitary endeavor. Brad has brought collaboration into painting by including people that may or may not have artistic ability, creating a performance art piece that has never been done.

Tags: installation, Anita's Way, interactive
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