This week, Crash Gallery artists have to paint underwater with a mask and a snorkel on — good luck!
With time ticking down, the artists somehow have to paint something to win in a tank of water
On this week's Crash Gallery, windows will be smashed and the artists will have to paint in a way they never have before... underwater. How does that even work? Impressively, it's possible to make something really cool underwater. Watch episode 2 of season 2 of Crash Gallery this Sunday at 9:30pm to see how these aquatic oil paintings turn out!
In each episodes of Crash Gallery, three talented artists of various disciplines go head-to-head against each other in a real-time creative arena, giving the audience a front row seat to the creative process. Watch episode 1 now!
Meet the artists
Allan André — Canada's reigning 'Best Speed Painter' is a formidable opponent competing against the clock on Crash Gallery. Allan first taste of success? When he sold a painting to his fifth grade art teacher. Watch Allan talk about this formative boost of confidence.
Julia Monk — Born in Belle River, Ontario, Julia Monk encountered "a lot of naysayers" on her way to becoming an artist. "There's a lot of people telling you that you can never make a living as an artist." Watch Julia give a message of inspiration to small town artists.
Carling Jackson — Carling Jackson uses her hyper-realistic portraiture style to explore themes of systemic oppression and marginalization. Carling says her goal with her work "is to make you feel what words cannot describe by bringing to life emotion, passion, love, pain, and beauty." Watch Carling talk about how she values art for telling the truth.
Crash Gallery is back for a second season. In each episode, three talented artists of various disciplines go head-to-head against each other in a real-time creative arena, giving the audience a front row seat to the creative process.