"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." Pablo Picasso
Collaborative art allows everyone to be a part of the art and the results are beautiful mosaics that reflect the creative and unique fabric of all those in attendance. Also, the finished work always looks fantastic!
8 ft. x 8 ft. collaborative painting consisting of 32 1 ft. x 2 ft. panels created by attendees.
One of the 32 participants in the collaborative painting.
4 ft. x 16 ft. collaborative art piece consisting of 32 1 ft. x 2’ panels painted by those in attendance. The final piece was assembled at the end of the event.
Close up of collaborative painting.
Participants in collaborative painting.
Scribble 2.0/Multi-Media Concert, Kirkland, WA – 24 ft. x 24 ft. Each quadrant of this piece was painted by audience members after each show.
Timberlake Church, Redmond, WA – 16 ft. x 24 ft. Painted by audience members after concert. Last piece was painted by the family of five year old boy who passed away and put in place at his memorial–completing the work.
Fair Oaks Church, Fairfax, VA – 6' x 12' Painted by art workshop participants.
Daybreak Church, Mechanicsburg, PA – 6 ft. x 12 ft. Painted by creative arts team at art workshop.
Sudai Orphanage, Russia – 12 ft. x 12 ft.
Neya Orphanage, Russia – 12 ft. x 12 ft.
Volzhsky Orphanage, Russia – 12 ft. x 12 ft.
Beachpoint Church, Huntington Beach, CA – 12 ft. x 24 ft. Painted by regular service and Filipino service attenders to encourage unity in the church.
Grove Center for the Arts Couple's Retreat, San Diego, CA – 12 ft. x 12 ft. Each tile painted by a couple at retreat to encourage collaboration with everyone signing their names at the bottom of piece.
8 ft. x 16 ft. collaborative painting created by attendees of Ray Friesz memorial.