Brush Notes II
How often do you get to witness a musician write a song? An artist paint a portrait? These tantalizing acts of creation rarely happen in front of an audience. Artistic inspiration sometimes comes quickly - BAM! And sometimes it takes weeks.
Whether you're making a song or a painting, the muse is not predictable - which is what makes Brush Notes one of the most dangerous artistic events you'll ever witness.
Pam Ingalls and Daryl Redeker first brought Brush Notes to Open Space in June 2011. It was an extraordinary experience for those attending, and promises to be even more mesmerizing on its second outing.
As the audience enters, individuals can drop their name into a hat if they'd like their portrait painted and then Pam will randomly draw a name, and bring that person to life in oils. Daryl will ask the audience for suggestions and then write a song, as the audience listens in. Painting and music unfold simultaneously. And the audience is invited to come close - and watch creation as it happens.
The evening will also include an audience discussion with Pam and Daryl.
Open Space for Arts & Community (View)
18870 103rd Ave SW
Vashon, WA 98070
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