A lesson in painting through electricity

Posted at 10:41 AM, Sep 25, 2014

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.– There are so many paintings to see at ArtPrize this year but one of them stands out from the rest.  Larissa Uredi came to Grand Rapids from Kansas City, Missouri.  After hearing on all the art blogs that ArtPrize was the place to be she knew she had to step up her game.

Larissa decided to think outside the box and do her paintings through electricity.  Electric painting takes a lot of time hooking up the anodizer and getting just the right amount of voltage to create the colors you want.

Larissa sat down with me yesterday and gave us a demo of how she creates these electric paintings.