Create a family heirloom that will be enjoyed for generations to come
Watch as a painting evolves over the course of your event, creating an added enjoyment for you and your guests. Have this unique opportunity to watch a fine artist create a stunning memento that celebrates and records for all time your special occasion.
WHAT IS A LIVE EVENT PAINTING?
When a professional artist attends a special event with the intent to brush on his canvas the colors and excitement of the event as it happens and in it's midst. Live event paintings make wonderful, unique wedding gifts that last a lifetime. A custom work of art is the perfect gift for any celebration: weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, sweet sixteens, anniversary parties, engagement parties, birthday parties, corporate events, and fundraisers... just to name a few!
HOW IT WORKS
Award-winning artist Peter Pluchino has studied at the Parson's School of Design and The School of Visual Arts in New York City and has worked for many years as a designer and illustrator in the publishing industry. His paintings are displayed in numerous public institutions and private homes. "I love to work with the human figure. The various poses people make are so expressive and a little nuance in the form can say so much".[…]
Before the event, I will discuss with the couple their idea for the painting, if there is a specific moment they would like to capture, or specific people they want to see in the painting. This can be done by phone or email. I will arrive early on the day. Before guests arrive I will set up and start laying out the background elements of the setting. So by the time the guests arrive, they can already see the painting developing.[…]
If you would like to commission a portrait of the bride and groom, a sitting can be done before the wedding allowing for the painting to be displayed at the reception. A photo shoot would be arranged after which Peter would work from photos obtained. Portrait paintings are much more detailed paintings than a live event painting done at the ceremony or reception. Have a special group of friends you would like to capture stunning likenesses of? […]