HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Creating a piece of art worth thousands of dollars is not usually something most can do in a matter of mere minutes - unless of course you're "speed painter" Dan Dunne.
The Bayou City artist has traveled the world creating his masterpieces as part of a choreographed performance to music. His work has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars, from New York's Madison Square Garden to Vegas.
And for the very first time,, Dunne will be combining his talents with the Houston Symphony.
Called "The Paintjam Concert Experience" the performance will showcase Dunne's talents to the sounds of the orchestra featuring songs like Tyzik's The Great Western Suite and Bohemian Rhapsody.
The performance runs May 22-24 and all eight art pieces will be available for sale in a live auction immediately following the performance. Tickets start at $25.
Houston speed painter finds world renown, comes home to perform