This Artist can perform remotely!

Virtual Artists work remotely from their art studio via ZOOM. Guests log onto the virtual platform, and the artist draws the guest LIVE from the computer screen. Previously a guest would sit across from the artist during a live event. The only difference is now the guest is on camera from the safety of their home. The guest will “queue” into our virtual waiting room via the website or app, as if they were waiting in an actual line. Once the previous drawing is complete, the next guest in the queue goes online. The artwork is uploaded for complimentary downloading or sharing. As an upgrade option, paper prints can also be mailed to the guests at the end of the session.

Our artists transform your event guests into a colorful representation of the traditional Sugar Skull.

Sugar Skulls are commonly celebrated during Día de los Muertos, or All Souls’ Day, celebrating those who have passed away. These decorative skulls were given as gifts to both the living and the deceased as a way to immortalize their spirit.