info // The Process
Marx Studio offers live event painting including, but never limited to:
weddings, corporate events, private parties, private art lessons, retrospective paintings of wedding/reception based on photographs, and other custom commissions. Weddings are the most popular live event that Jordan paints, and it’s also close to her heart because that’s where her love for live painting began.
Continue reading to get a breakdown of the process and details from the artist herself!
01 - collaboration
During our initial conversations, I really try to learn what your kind of style you have and colors you tend to gravitate towards. After all, this painting is going to be hanging in your home! Also, I will have you choose the size of canvas your live painting will be on.
02 - Event weekend
Your weekend is here! I will arrive at the venue a day early and begin laying in the "still" portions of the painting like backgrounds and decor.I paint on-site during your special event, while guests experience the progress of the painting throughout the night.
03 - Detailing
Each painting is filled with the details unique to your event or special day. The painting is delivered to the client a couple of weeks after the event has concluded. During these two weeks, I will ensure all of the small details are infused into your painting so that it will be a forever showpiece in your home or special place.
INFO // Pricing
Pricing for an event painting starts at $1600 and varies based on canvas size selection and possible travel cost depending on location. Your date is secured with a $500 deposit and then the remaining balance will be due one month prior to the date of the event. All payments are requested to be paid electronically through invoices sent on the payment due dates. The price includes the cost of shipping to ship the completed painting back to you after the event.
MOST POPULAR SIZES:
22X28" - $1,600
24X30" - $ 1,900
30X40" - $2,200
If smaller or larger canvas size is desired, please reach out on the contact page and include that as a request in your message.