Juxtaposition of Paint, Music & Rocks. {time-lapse video} ~ Paula Carrasquillo

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on Jun 18, 2013
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Art. Music. Time-lapse photography.

What more could you ask for in a single video?

A painting comes to life in this time-lapse video featuring artists Mear One, DevotchKa, the Colorado Symphony and others at Red Rocks Amphitheater, June 14, 2013.



About DevotchKa – DeVotchKa have been recording and performing for over a decade. Check out DeVotchKa’s new album, “Live with the Colorado Symphony” (Cicero Recordings LTD).

About Mear One – a story teller, a thinker who uses paint to express his thoughts first and foremost. He is a sculptor, a writer, and a lover of the experience, life. Learn more about Mear One and explore his work on his Facebook page.


Paula CarrasquilloPaula Carrasquillo is an active yogi, author and advocate who has lived in numerous watersheds throughout the United States, including Colorado, Maine, Maryland and New Mexico. She currently lives in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Paula is passionate about her family, friends and the motivational and brave people she meets daily through her online writing and social media exchanges. To Paula, every person, place, thing, idea and feeling she encounters is significant and meaningful, even those which she most wants to forget. Follow Paula on Twitter and on her blog.



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Ed: Kate Bartolotta

{Photo: via Mear One on Facebook}


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