Paint Nite: Blooming Bicycle
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Staying home from school grows old pretty fast! If you’re looking for ways to entertain the little ones, join our Virtual Paint Nite geared specifically for kids. It has all the fun and interaction of a regular Yaymaker event from the comfort of your home.
Use your own supplies: You Will Need a canvas (we recomend 16 x 20) or something similar to Paint on, Red, blue, yellow, black and white paint (at least 1 oz of each). A larger brush 3/4" to 1" wide, some type of skinny brush to paint details and something in between. If you have an easel, great, but not needed. You can always lay them flat on a table or find something to lean a canvas on. If you don't have a canvas a piece of cardboard cut to size could also work! Other supplies needed are a paper plate, a paper towel, and a cup half filled with luke warm water.
Just like The Original Paint Nite, our host will walk through all the steps so your little one can create their masterpiece. Say bye-bye to bored children and hello to engaging their brains with creativity!
Recommended Supplies - source online, support small local businesses, or use supplies you already have at home!
- Canvas - we'll be using a 16x20, but use whatever works for you!
- Acrylic paints - you'll need blue, yellow, black and white for this version, but feel free to bring your own unique colors into the mix.
- Paint brushes
- Paint palette - a paper plate, recylced cardboard or plastic will do
- Cup of water, something you can wash easily or dispose of, and paper towels
- Protective apron or old t-shirt to keep your favorite outfits fresh even at home
Please go to Zoom.com to download the required software program (free) and We will be in touch with more details once you buy a ticket
Come join us for a virtual Paint Nite live in a venue of your choice wherever you can stream our PaintCast!!
I have always been passionate about drawing and painting since a young age and being creative has became an important part of who I am. I love painting and drawing and also regularly sew, crochet, cross stitch, embroider, and do bargello. (I'm probably the only person to do bargello since the 70's haha) Basically, I am happy doing anything that keeps my hands busy. From doodling on the margins of every page I write on, to doing 9 month long cross stitch projects, I thoughourly enjoy letting my imagination wander and creating something new and beautiful, big or small. I really enjoy guiding people and teaching but the best part is seeing people's unique takes on their creation. I hope I can share my experiences and passion and help people see that they are capable of beautiful things.