PAINT JAM
 

Speed Painter Rocks the Cotton Bowl

Posted on Jan 1st, 2015

This was our fourth year performing for the Cotton Bowl at AT&T Cowboy Stadium in Dallas!

Last year they skipped us and hired another speed painter. Three people from the event management company have came up and mentioned that they are glad I am back, and I am glad to be back. It’s a really cool event!

This year we persuaded the association to let us do what we do best – so instead of sports themes, I performed Ray Charles and Lady Liberty with a Cotton Bowl trophy sandwiched in between. The crowd went wild!
Our thanks to the Cotton Bowl Athletic Association for this opportunity to come back, and thank you for your hospitality. We’ll be back home in four hours and then off to Orlando, Anaheim and New York. Talk about kicking off the New Year right!

"I’ve never seen a performance quite like yours before. Your energy was a perfect match for the mood of the evening and I loved how you surprised us all. I had no idea what to expect…Together we raised more than $2 million dollars in donations..." Sir Richard Branson
"This guy is amazing. Speaking of talented guys we have Dan Dunn… He might be insane. It will blow your mind, the guy is fantastic." Jimmy Fallon
"Our thanks to painter Dan Dunn and his extraordinary portrait of todays starting quarterbacks." "Our thanks to painter Dan Dunn and his extraordinary portrait of todays starting quarterbacks."
"You were a huge hit! I am always looking for a dramatic and powerful way to kick off our meetings. Not only did you WOW the audience but you set the right stage and tone for the remainder of our meeting. People are still talking about your performance! Your tribute to our founder was incredibly well done and very moving. I don’t think there was a dry eye in the place." Roger McClung Manager, Training & Development Savers Inc.
"What a pleasure it was to have you as part of our annual convention in New Orleans! Your presentation got everyone jazzed up for the conference and was a wonderful way to begin a very exciting conference! Everyone in attendance thoroughly enjoyed your presentation and we were honored to have you…" Deborah Reeve Executive Director National Art Education Association