Paint Nite: Snowy Moonlight
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Another Epic YayMaker Ottawa West Event! #YayOttawaWest #PrimeBurger
Food & Drink Specials available for Paint Nite customers.
No experience required, but bring your sense of humour! Looking for a creative experience to build memories and share laughs over a cocktail or two? Drink. Paint. Connect.
Our professional artist will guide you, step-by-step, from a blank canvas to a final unique masterpiece in about 2 hours. We provide all supplies: 16”x20” canvas, acrylic paint, brushes, apron, music (the world's most epic playlist), and a good time. Come early to enjoy dinner before we start -- just tell them you’re with Paint Nite. Secure your seats 15 minutes before start time, especially if part of a large group.
Food and drinks are available for purchase, but are NOT included in the ticket price. Outside food and drink are not allowed - NO BYOB. Events are for adults, 19+ only
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Best Burgers in town! Customers rave about the relaxed atmosphere, great service and excellent food. Choose from 19 delicious burger options, served on the bun of your choice (or as a lettuce wrap), plus other great menu options including butter chicken, steak & fries, curry, tandoori chicken and pizza. Drink and menu specials for Paint Nite by Yaymaker customers!!
Allan Andre is a Canadian-born, Multi-Disciplinary artist of west Indian decent based in Ottawa Canada. Andre's work has been featured in exhibits in New York, Orlando, Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal. In 2014, Andre won the Ottawa regional championship for Art Battle Canada’s nation wide speed competition. His installation work has also been featured in Ottawa’s Nuit Blanche city wide dusk till dawn exhibition. Andre's philosophy is that life is art he states "we live in a collective masterpiece" and that “we all are artists who leave our signature on the canvas we call the human experience by challenging our own spheres of influence in a way that will ripple through future generations.”