BASE: Body Art Showcase and Exhibit is one of the few places in world where guests can witness a body painting event of this magnitude. Each body art showcase is centered around a theme and features over a dozen professional body painter’s masterpieces. Artists and models come together to create a truly one-of-a-kind piece of art that only exists for the fleeting moments in one evening. Afterwards, the only remnants are the artwork in the photography that can never fully bring back view of the 360 degree, living, breathing canvas. So you definitely do not want to miss this event!
BASE is moving to a new location in Downtown Orlando at Church Street Station. Ferg’s Depot is a restored historical train station and the new host of BASE: Body Art Showcase and Exhibit. We are happy to bring out our paintbrushes again and put on another amazing body paint show. The Superhero theme is sure to excite the downtown crowd on Thursday March 22, 2018 starting at 7 pm with the body paint runway show at 9pm. For any more information please contact info@BASEOrlando.com Brown Paper Tickets Ticket Widget Loading… Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.
Coming up on November 30th is the 2nd annual BASE Black Light Extravaganza. Some of the best body paint artists in Central Florida will be lighting up the night with their glowing talent for a night of amazing UV art. Special guest artists Nix Herrera (Naked Vegas, Face Off) and Kyle Vest (Skin Wars) will be joining us for this evening. This is sure to be a show not to be missed. Get your tickets today! Brown Paper Tickets Ticket Widget Loading… Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.
Thank you to everyone that braved the weather and came out to experience the best living art experience in Central Florida. We hope you enjoyed BASE Artist Huggi and his live band The Dubmasters bring live Soca and Reggae while all your favorite painters created another night of amazing art. Check out the full gallery of the event. Sign up for our newsletter and take a short survey