Denver, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/06/2015 -- Brian Olsen's Art in Action is an explosion: a colorful display of paint, energy, music and passion. Olsen is now taking his spawning creativity and outside the box solutions to corporate events.
In less than 10 minutes Brian can turn an oversized canvas into a work of art and a venue of people into a sea of creative souls.
Using fingertips, palms, elbows and up to three brushes in each hand, he paints portraits of famous people including musicians, sports figures, and top corporate heads on a four and a half by six foot canvas.
His creations are choreographed to music that is powerful and stimulates the senses. Brian's Art in Action is described as "an emotional experience" taking his audience through an amazing journey of excitement, suspense, cheer, and surprise. His ability to captivate his audience and share the experience of color, music, and action is a way to bring people into the world of art and creativity. It is a new art form that brings people together to share the explosion of art and stir up the personal creativity we all have within.
The term "Speed Painter" does not do justice to his ability to captivate his audience and share the experience of color, music, and action is a way to bring people into the world of art and creativity. It is a new art form that brings people together to share the explosion of art and stir up the personal creativity we all have within.
"Each show, each time I get on stage it's an experience. Anything can happen, and that's kind of one of the exciting (things)," said the artist-performer. "It's not like you hit the play button and it's already been recorded and you can go through your track or something. It's a moment in time."
Olsen is always looking to encourage creativity. He said there is a simple message in his show, which is to be yourself, be creative, and take chances. You never know what you might discover, but whatever it is, do it with all your heart.
About Brian Olsen's Art in Action
Brian began his performance art career in 1998 as the assistant to renowned artist Denny Dent. He studied under Denny as his Tour/Studio Manager and Art Representative for over six years. During this period, Brian learned and practiced the painting techniques and performance style that Denny thrilled audiences with worldwide. Brian Olsen is the one and only protégé of Denny and his art form.
For more information on Brian Olsen Art In Action, visit: http://brianolsenart.com/ or call 720-570-2303.