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Jul 23, 2005 12:47am

painting in public

My good friend Kelly is in the Chronicle today:

"If you don't have a gallery show and you don't have a job, then you do live painting,'' he said as he kneeled on one knee and began to brush the scene with bright oranges and deep blues. "It's a way of getting gigs.'' Porter is one of many young artists who are venturing out from the quiet solitude of their studios to paint before a live audience. While people chat, mingle or dance, artists are turning a blank sheet of paper into art, often inspired by the music of a DJ or a live band.


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