Art Of Everyone Supports Save The Children Hurricane Relief Efforts
Art Of Everyone Supports Save The Children Hurricane Relief Efforts | Art of Everyone
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Art of Everyone, a crowd-sourced, live art experience, is supporting Save the Children with a donation from its “LASER GUIDED PAINTING” art event to benefit those suffering in the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Art of Everyone will donate to Save the Children two large-scale paintings created at the event to take place at Anita's Way, the through-block connecting 42nd and 43rd Street, between Broadway and 6th Ave on Wednesday, September 27, 2017.
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
Live Painting Event: Wednesday, September 27, 11am - 3pm
The free art event will take place from 11am - 3pm. The paintings are created in real-time under the direction of professional artists who "conduct" the painter/participant using a laser pointer from the front of a 7’ x 5’ free-standing canvas – the participants do all the painting from one side, following the Artist Conductor's laser and verbal direction from the other side.
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“We are thrilled to help Save the Children through this event so they can bring more relief and support to those still suffering from these back-to-back hurricanes,” says Brad Noble, co-founder of Art of Everyone and Artistic Director. “This type of painting is something you really have to see to believe. 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, and now we’re doing it for a great cause.”
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 is a group participation art experience for events of any kind - where the participants do the painting. Art of Everyone is dedicated to providing an outlet for people of all ages to express their creativity and connect with community through live art. There is a translation by all parties that takes on its own unique personality. Often, painting is a solitary endeavor. Noble 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.
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