Creator of “Art Madness,” George paints large portraits to upbeat music in a short period of time.
Art Madness is an exciting, live speed-painting show by artist George Williams, where he paints large portraits to upbeat music in a short period of time. Also an art teacher, George first began the demonstrations in his classroom to inspire his students, and has gone on to become one of the most sought-after entertainers in his hometown of Pittsburgh (and beyond). Deemed the “Best Abbreviated Art Performance” in Pittsburgh Magazine’s Best of the ‘Burgh 2015, George has created artwork for hundreds of fundraising organizations, corporate events and community affairs, painting a wide variety of images, ranging from rock stars to sports figures, as well as portraits of honored guests, images of company buildings and event logos and themes.
George paints to a music soundtrack he provides, finishing a single portrait in the length of 3 to 5 songs, and completing 1 to 3 paintings within 60 minutes. The 3-ft. x 4-ft. size original pieces of art are yours to keep – his paintings have been auctioned off, given as gifts and won by guests attending banquets in a raffle ticket drawing. Choose from his catalog featuring hundreds of stock images, or have him customize a painting for you.