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Performance painter set to dance, create art on Ohio State stage

February 7, 2014

seamon.17@osu.edu
Performance painter David Garibaldi is set to perform at Ohio State March 3.  Credit: Courtesy of Doug Kline, Creative Commons License

Performance painter David Garibaldi is set to perform at Ohio State March 3.
Credit: Courtesy of Doug Kline, Creative Commons License

Two mediums of art are set to combine on an Ohio State stage to result in a colorful product.

Performance painter David Garibaldi is slated to create art at the Ohio Union’s Performance Hall 7 p.m. March 3 in an Ohio Union Activities Board-sponsored event.

A former “graffiti rebel” hailing from Los Angeles, according to his website, Garibaldi is known to transform blank canvas into pop art icons in front of a live audience. Painting, however, isn’t the only way in which Garibaldi expresses creativity.

“I create images in an entertaining way and my hope is to inspire the audience to use their passion to benefit and inspire others. That is music and color. That is rhythm and hue,” Garibaldi said on his website.

Garibaldi has performed his rhythmic painting shows for Fortune 500 companies and has been featured at charity events for Playboy and the NBA. According to his website, he is a featured Disney Fine Artist and holds licensing rights to the images of big names in music, including Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley and Elvis Presley.

Ticket information for the event has not yet been released.


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