Blog by Inna Schutts #ACTCC7
Next, the guests had a chance to see the process of creative approach to painting, presented by Oliver Lovely. Oliver took on the task to paint the Nottingham’s well known Major Oak tree in the 10 minutes time slot he was given. He shared his technique and the way he usually works on a project. Even that 10 minutes wasn’t enough time to finish the artwork, still it was quite amazing to see the creative process and what it takes to finish a painting.
And in between acts, artists and guests had an opportunity to talk, to catch-up with old friends, to meet new people and to enjoy the company of each other. All performers were amazing in what they do. Every act was different, colourful and amusing in its own way and that’s what makes Culture Crossing events especially interesting - it will always manage to surprise you!
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