We all love to have made our portraits and paintings from creative skilled artist, but if we have to be trapped to make such paintings; than what you should do? Nothing scary at the moment. Artist huge numbers of peoples visited last week, where over 1,000 people watched as artist Alexa Meade created an outdoor, interactive installation like no other. On the courtyard of Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C., she painted directly onto live models that appeared to be living in 2D paintings. Alexa then allowed visitors to actually be a part of the work by peaking their heads through cut-out frames. “The viewer becomes participant. They complete the work,” she told The Wall Street Journal about her ideas and thoughts in a way “Of course, the true magic happens when the viewer gets to see the photo of them within the installation. Doesn’t it look like they’ve been trapped inside a painting?” if we talk about “photorealistic” art! These installations referenced the innovation in Harry Warnecke’s photographic portraits seen in the National Portrait Gallery’s exhibition In Vibrant Color and were part of the Gallery’s Portraits series highlighting local living artist showcase.