RHYTHM AND HUE is a performance art show where artist David Garibaldi creates 6-foot portraits of pop icons in minutes to music. His unique show is extremely versatile and has been featured with celebrities like Carlos Santana; utilized by Fortune 500 companies like AT&T, raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for various charities, and used as a platform to motivate students and employees of various organizations. His original portraits range from Ray Charles, and John Lennon, to Jay Z, and Bono.
Mr. Garibaldi's Rhythm and Hue is much more than a performance art, and paint flailing presentation; it is an inspirational experience as well. Garibaldi tells the story of how he was living the life of a graffiti rebel until a high school teacher challenged him to make his art more purposeful. He shares his personal struggles and triumphs that helped to shape him into a world-renowned painter and performer in the studio and on the stage.
The foundation of David Garibaldi's message is simple: Live your life as a platform, and live with passion and purpose.
Listen to how the Fontana Herald News describes an experience with this young artist on stage, "Garibaldi, an incredibly talented artist, paints portraits of famous people and celebrities, which is not unusual, but it's the way he paints that is amazing. During his performances, he dances, leaps and cavorts--part dancer, part gymnast, part entertainer--in front of his canvas, all the while keeping a steady flow of inspiring messages aimed at his audience."
Mr. Garibaldi has also be seen featured on various networks like MTV, NBC, UPN, PBS, in addition to worldwide publications like Art World News, Art Business News, and Yahoo! News.
David Garibaldi adds this about his platform, "We all need inspiration sometimes, and no matter what age group attends my shows, they all leave the same...inspired!"