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If you’re like me, inspiration comes in all forms. I look at art and how I can add it to all my events—even for my home—and how I’d rather look at a piece of art for 21 minutes than a sitcom. When I look deep into it, I wonder how artists are inspired with every stroke, line, sketch or color.

With that in mind, let me introduce you to an amazing events artist, Jeremy Sutton, iPad Painter—a Smithsonian-featured iPad artist. Jeremy’s dynamic personality and engaging live, interactive “Art+Tech” entertainment leaves an indelible digital impression your guests can cherish on all their platforms.

Custom-Created and Displayed Live!

Using the latest state-of-the-art digital art tools like the new iPad Pro, Jeremy customizes each performance to suit each client’s needs. His entire creative process, whether creating a lively painting of the event or expressive portraits of guests, is projected on large screens for everyone to enjoy, watching in real time as the artwork unfolds.

Jeremy Sutton, iPad Painter
Jeremy Sutton Paints an Elvis Impersonator

His paintings are created freehand from observation, executed with a fine-arts skill honed over decades of experience and training.

Immediately upon completion, each portrait subject receives a digital file of his or her portrait plus a magical time-lapse replay video, all ready to share and post on social media.

Jeremy has worked with the best worldwide, from Cirque du Soleil to the largest companies on the planet and is looking forward to working with you!

Check out Jeremy Sutton in action and his works of art in the video embedded below.

This is an amazing add-on for an event, one-on-one meetings, stage performance or to capture an entire night. Plus, he’s one hell of a nice guy!

Check it out—it will be a huge hit at your next event.

Jeremy Sutton, iPad Painter is yet another #mcapproved find.

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