Every June for the past three years I have participated in 60/60, an event at the Everson Museum where 60 local artists have 60 minutes to create or finish a piece of artwork to be raffled off at the end of the evening. It's always a great time, but I think it's the fastest hour I experience all year. I tried working from a blank canvas last year, but I find it's much easier to talk to people if I start my painting the night before and just finish it during the hour. This year I worked on a painting of a fox.
Here is the finished product! I titled it "A Sunny Corner in the Meadow". Below is a picture of all the paint pails that people can put their raffle tickets in.