Paint Nite: Mystic Woodlands
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Why buy art when you can fill that hole on your wall with a masterpiece made by your own hand? At an Original Paint Nite party you'll have the most fun night out AND come away with a handmade work of art. No experience necessary – our master artist Carl Dalida will guide you through all the steps to go from blank canvas to fully finished painting in just two hours, all while you share laughs with your favorite people and maybe even a glass of wine or two. See what all the fuss is about and come on out to Take Sushi London in London this Monday night and do a little something different this week! At Yaymaker, we provide everything you need to come together and create new memories. Join us and experience the joy of a Yaymaker night out!
Take Sushi offers an extensive variety of Japanese and Korean dishes in a private, traditional setting. Enjoy one of theor delicious lunch Bento specials or incredible Korean dishes; featuring tabletop grills for Korean BBQ! Their moderately priced menu and popular dishes make Take Sushi (one that has been customized for Paint Nite events) an ideal place to come and eat day or night. Conveniently located on the west side of Wellington Road, between Commissioners and Southdale and with a bus stop right out front (#13), Take Sushi is excited to be a host and partner for Paint Nite London and open up the palette and palate of all Londoners. ACCESSIBILITY Paint Nite will be held DOWNSTAIRS in their private room and IS NOT WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE PARKING Parking is available to the north and south of the building in the lot of the Super 7 Motel.
Carl is an artist who started drawing when he was 3 years old, held his first paint brush at the age of 9 and became adept with painting at the age of 16. He has successfully finished his bachelor of Fine Arts at Fanshawe College and won 3rd place in the Bijan Award contest during his 3rd and final year is Fanshawe’s Fine Arts program. He also has one year experience in the Beal full day art program. He has experience working with children at the London Museum's Summer Art Camp and 3 years of customer service at International Bakery where he learned how to ensure the satisfaction of everyone. Carl's main skills in art include watercolour, acrylic, ink, graphite and pen and is capable of ink wash, watercolour and comic book art style of drawing. Carl is heavily inspired by the works of artists such as Takehiko Inoue, Agnes Cecile and Vincent Castiglia. He is a great teacher and entertainer that can make you laugh and learn at the same time.