Gary Sinise Foundation
This was day two of the Gary Sinise Foundation fundraiser at the Colorado Golf Club in Parker, CO. 72 golfers gathered on the driving range before teeing off to witness a speed painting by Douglas Rouse which was auctioned off at the end of the day. On day one, Sunday May 20th, the picture of […]
Supporting Our Military
Live Speed Painting to benefit the Gary Sinise Foundation, Sunday, May 20 & 21, 2012 at the Colorado Golf Club in Parker, CO. The image chosen was that of Gary Sinise playing his bass guitar with a large American flag behind him. Gary’s band, the “Lt. Dan Band”, took the stage following the speed painting. […]
X-Games with VitaminWater
During the opening night kick-off of the 2012 X-Games this year in Aspen, CO Rouse entertained an intimate crowd at the Sky Hotel with a “XXX” performance, speed painting a woman in a Vitamin Water bottle.
World Hemophilia Day
During the Boston Marathon this year Douglas was just around the corner in Cambridge, Mass. helping to create awareness about World Hemophilia Day through his 3D chalk art. This piece, sponsored by Inspiration Biopharmaceuticals, was completed on World Hemophilia Day April 17th, 2012.
On April 14th at the Antler’s Hilton in Colorado Springs Douglas Rouse entertained hundreds “disco style” during the 2012 Red Ribbon Ball put on by the Southern Colorado AIDS Project. Rouse’s Speed Paintings raised a total of $6400 at the event, including this image of Liz Taylor which took about eight minutes.
One-on-One with Springs mural artist Douglas Rouse
By Rob Larimer Colorado Springs artist Douglas Rouse has been busy. The list of businesses and attractions that feature his murals is steadily growing. His work can be seen in the Garden of the Gods Visitors’ Center and on the Warehouse restaurant in southwest downtown. He’s finishing work on a mural at Corepower Yoga and […]
Out of this World!
The Space Foundation Headquarters has recently moved into a new facility on Garden of the Gods Road in Colorado Springs and is scheduled to receive a Rouse66 original by the end of the year – a 1200 sq ft mural painted in the main lobby. More information about the Space Foundation can be obtained here: […]
The next mural of the 12 Mural Project will be at the Corepower Yoga Studio downtown Colorado Springs. Three very talented, young artists will be guests on this project: Stacey Sprewer, Cory Bowman and Lawrence Kaelin. The theme is yoga and will incorporate everything that yoga represents. We will be shooting for an October 15th […]
Warehouse Mural Complete!
Come celebrate the 12 Mural Project’s mothership and its completion. Over 18 months in the making and thousands of hours of work will be rewarded with before and after photos, a time-lapse video, thank yous, fund raising opportunities and other treats. Also, find out who’s faces are on the mural and meet some of the […]
Live Speed Painting
Live speed painting is a unique and fun type of entertainment that can provide purpose. Many people hire Douglas to speed paint 2-3 different paintings and then will auction the paintings, raffle them, or give them away as a gift during the event. At the most recent speed painting event one of Douglas’ paintings was […]
The Warehouse Mural
The Warehouse Restaurant Building and gallery, nearly 10,000 square feet, being dazzled with with a beautiful architectural facade mural by Douglas Rouse. The fool the eye has already tricked many people, drive by and see what you think. Mural will be complete on August 31, 2011.
Buy Immortality Now!
Be a part of Colorado Springs’ newest and most unique mural project by purchasing a spot in the mural for yourself or as a gift to someone else. The 12 Mural Project needs your financial support NOW and is willing to trade you IMMORTALITY for your tax-deductible donation. For as little as $750 you can […]
Young Presidents Org.
This snowboarding chalk art piece was part of the entertainment at the Young Presidents Organization gathering at the Colorado Convention Center on February 25, 2011. It covers an area of about 400 sq. ft. Viewers were able to stand on the real snowboard and get their photo taken. Special thanks to Starkey Productions. These photos […]
Due to the recent hit-and-run loss of the Rouse66 mobile we are in action to move some art for a good cause, and at a good price. The auction will be held at the INKQB8TOR on Saturday, March 5, 2011, starting at 9pm sharp. If you’ve ever wanted a Rouse Original, now’s the time (to […]
Dine & D’art
Prepare yourself for the fastest artwork on two feet as participants dart for their art at the Third Annual ArtReach Dine & D’art. Painting, furniture, photography, jewelry, sculpture, and pottery will be on display to temp and tease attendees in hopes of being selected. Fine dining and music set the stage as participants dressed in […]
Speed Painting at the Heart Ball
Quoted as being “the most versatile artist in Colorado” Rouse continues to reinvent himself for new occasions. This year, on February 12th, at the Broadmoor, he was the featured artist of the 2011 American Heart Association’s Heart Ball, astonishing the public with his live speed painting. Speed painting is done on a large canvas, with […]
Tyrannosaurus Rex Holds New Dallas Science Museum
This giant canvas mural measuring 80′ wide by 22′ tall depicts a Texas tyrannosaurus rex holding the new Perot Museum of Nature & Science that will open in Dallas in 2013. You can view a larger photo of the banner here. The banner, unveiled by 2811 McKinney, was created by artist Douglas Rouse. The Perot […]
The 12 Mural Project begins
The city’s about to get a little bit more colorful by way of 12 new public murals. Headed up by local artists Douglas Rouse and Mallori Rouse, the 12 Mural Project will cover six walls downtown and six others throughout the rest of the city. Three walls of the Warehouse Restaurant will serve as the […]
IMadonnari 2007 Street Painting Festival – Santa Barbara, CA
An IMadonnari is held on Memorial Day weekend each year at the Santa Barbara Mission is a fundraiser for Children’s Creative Project. A tradition from Western Europe, the chalk artists were known as “Madonnari” or “Madonnari Painters” because they reproduced icons of the Madonna. http://www.imadonnarifestival.com/im.html These artists work very hard often on hands and knees […]