Greg Kalamar Live Event Artist

Painter. Studies life with paint on canvas live on location in real time. https://www.facebook.com/GregKalamarLiveEventArtist/
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Greg Kalamar, "Art Of This World 11/20/2014" time laps of creating painting for the charity ArtWorks, The Naomi Cohain Foundation Youtube, Foundation, Design, World, Artworks, Studying Life
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Greg Kalamar, "Art Of This World 11/20/2014" time laps of creating painting for the charity ArtWorks, The Naomi Cohain Foundation
Trained lead actor, Jason Behr, for his painting scenes. Supplied painting tools for Jason's scenes. Doubled as Jason's hands painting for close ups. Created paintings and drawings for the movie. Procured Paint from Golden Artist Colors, Inc. for the movie. Painting & Drawing, Jason Behr, Actors, Jason, Golden Artist Colors, Close Up, Lead
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Trained lead actor, Jason Behr, for his painting scenes. Supplied painting tools for Jason's scenes. Doubled as Jason's hands painting for close ups. Created paintings and drawings for the movie. Procured Paint from Golden Artist Colors, Inc. for the movie.
Greg Kalamar painting at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on May 19th, 2005. Museums, Museum Of Modern Art, San Francisco Museums, Museum, Modern Art, Swells
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Greg Kalamar painting at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on May 19th, 2005.
Live-event artist Greg Kalamar used acrylic paints on canvas to illustrate the reception. By the time the last glass of Champagne had been poured, he had committed the revelry to canvas, capturing a scene as well designed as any couture gown, with every flourish in its rightful, beautiful place. Photography, Alternative, Artistic Wedding, Art Work, Wedding Art, Artsy
JoJo and Eric's Wedding Party for the Ages
Live-event artist Greg Kalamar used acrylic paints on canvas to illustrate the reception. By the time the last glass of Champagne had been poured, he had committed the revelry to canvas, capturing a scene as well designed as any couture gown, with every flourish in its rightful, beautiful place.