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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
5:30 - 7:00 Host Set Up
7:00 - 9:00 Paint Nite
9:00 - 10:00 Host Clean Up
The Clayton Public House is a warm, relaxed dining space perfect for a group luncheon or a lively cocktail function. There are so many benefits why you need to check it out next time you are looking for things to do! - plenty of free parking - domestic & craft beers, hand crafted cocktails, DJ and dancing every Friday & Saturday - Happy Hour specials from 2-6 every day, daily food specials including Six Dollar Appys on Tuesday - Vegetarian & Gluten Free menu available Also, we host Paint Nite events every Monday, 7-9 pm. PLEASE NOTE! If you're planning to eat dinner before the event, please arrive at least ONE HOUR before the event starts, as during the event there might NOT be enough room on your table for your big dinner plate - we need it for your paint supplies! But there's ALWAYS room for your drink!
There is a musical rhythm that flows through Courtney Powell's art, a blending of serenity and chaos. The movement exudes an energy that highlights different subject matter, varying from animals to characters to dreams. Courtney is drawn to fairies, butterflies, and raccoons. A Vancouver-based artist, Courtney graduated from York University with a Specialized Honours in Studio Art. Her artistic style has been influenced by several iconic painters: Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Mark Rothko, and Wilfredo Lam. Non-traditional materials such as dried flowers, candle wax, and coloured hairspray have made their way onto her canvases. Courtney's work has been displayed in venues around Vancouver. She has participated in exhibits at the ROAM Gallery and Grind Gallery & Coffee Bar. She was also a participant in the Vancouver Art Attack in 2015. When Courtney is not painting, she loves to run with her arms flailing (Phoebe-style), wander around the city, drink copious amounts of coffee, and look for raccoons. Ask me for my promocode!