Paint Nite: Watercolour Flower Doodle
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
VIRTUAL WATERCOLOUR CLASS
Go with the flow and learn watercolour techniques
Staying home grows old pretty fast! If you’re looking for ways to stay entertained, join our watercolour event. It has all the fun and interaction of a regular Yaymaker event from the comfort of your home.
Janet will guide you, step-by-step to a final unique masterpiece. Use supplies you have at home, below is a list of what you will need
-watercolour paints tubes or pans but watercolour pencil crayons/crayons will also work
-watercolour or mixed media paper (the thicker the paper the better but use what you have)
-Sharpie/black marker or black ink pen
Go through the check out process, and we'll send you a link by email the morning of your event to join us live on Zoom. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for 5 Yaymaker London, ON. or Kitchener-Waterloo events and your 6th is free. See details on our Facebook page @Yaymaker London. ON and Yaymaker Kitchener-Waterloo
Janet discovered her love of painting as a young child and always aspired to be an artist. She found a way to combine her love of art and helping others by studying Child and Youth Counseling and Human Services then Grad School for Art Therapy at The Toronto Art Therapy Institute, she is currently completing her thesis in order to become a registered Art Therapist. Janet's passion is to help individuals access art and provide them with opportunities to experiment and enjoy the process of creative expression. Janet believes that for many painting can be therapeutic and soothing, it can also be messy and fun! As a Child and Youth Counselor and Mother she works creatively with children all the time; she is enjoying this change of pace hanging out with adults with paint brush and drink in hand.
Pleasant, Easy to follow, patient, talented
Very nice and great class
This event was so much fun! The hostess was wonderful. As this was a zoom event she was able to give me some tips on how to make something work that I was struggling a bit with. I love this format!