Paint Nite: Night Walk in the City
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Feeling bored in the house? Why not grab a paintbrush, some comfy clothes, and your favourite drink as we work together, step-by-step (virtually), to re-create this lovely painting!
Event Time: 7pm E.S.T.
Supplies Needed: one small, medium and large-sized paintbrushes, canvas (12x16 recommended or any rectangle), acrylic paint - red, blue, yellow, white and black, an easel or garbage bag, a water cup & paper towel, a margarine container, and lastly wear old clothes... just in case!
Other than that I will see you there :)
Hello Everyone, Welcome to my Paint Nite Artist Profile! I’m sure you’re here to learn a little bit more about me and to get a better idea of what to expect at one of my Paint Nite Events, so lets jump right into it! To those who know me, I am known for my bubbly, upbeat personality. My friends know me as a quirky girl with a big personality and sense of humour. I enjoy making others laugh and I do not take many things in life too seriously. You can expect a good combination of these qualities at my events, and definitely a few laughs.For as long as I can remember I‘ve always had a deep passion for art and creative expression. I always seem to have many different projects on the go but as my canvas continues to change, paint is where my heart lies. This year I decided to broaden my horizons and take on the lengthy project of refinishing/painting an antique dresser, and let me tell you this was one of the most rewarding projects I have completed this far. My painting style and preferences seem to change quite regularly. I enjoy taking on new artistic challenges to continue to grow my skillset and knowledge as an artist. I do tend to gravitate more towards nature landscapes, realism, and wildlife, displaying pastel or vibrant colours, however, depending on my mood, the weather, and my surroundings, this does have quite a bit of flexibility. I enjoy thinking outside the box, pushing my limits, and learning something new daily. Are you ready to make a brush stroke and do the same? Looking forward to sharing a cheers and drinking creatively with you! Shanice
She was great! She took a complicated painting and made it easy.
While I thought the event was good, visually it was more difficult to see the paintings. (The original and the one she was painting). The picture was not clear. Also. The volume of her voice while trying to paint kept fading in and out making it difficul
The event was good. My only ‘complaint' is that I bought 2 tickets. One of the tickets was for my 7 year old daughter. The event was listed as 6+ but right away (when it started) the host stated it was a moderate level. My daughter was looking forward to t