Paint Nite: Into The Night II
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ: This event is an 'All Ages Event'. Children must be minimum 6 yrs old to attend and accompanied by an adult, (at least 1 adult for every 3 underage guests please). Each person, the adult and the child must purchase a ticket each. Rather than "drop your kid off and head to the bar" we are encouraging families to paint together, guided by a professional artist and party host. So grab your kiddos and spend 1.5 - 2 hours painting, laughing, bonding, and flexing your creative muscles. There’s no experience necessary. Food and drink may be purchased at the event.
The event begins promptly at the start time listed above. Please allow extra time to find parking and get settled. If you're planning to eat before the event, please inform the host/hostess that you're with Paint Nite® and check in with us to reserve your seats.
Pitfire (Pit.fi.re) 1. An ancient wood-fired kiln lined with stone that reaches temperatures over 900 degrees. 2. A Los Angeles based restaurant company producing rustic, fire singed pizzas and handcrafted cuisine from simple, fresh ingredients.
Darlene has been painting, sketching and crafting since she was a kid. She knew at an early age not to eat her crayons, and instead create art with them. One of her favorite childhood memories was receiving an expensive colored marker set and sketchbook from her grandparents. She has worked as an art instructor for the I Have A Dream Foundation and other youth programs throughout the years, teaching kids the fundamentals of art and encouraging them to have fun along the way. She believes that art is the most beautiful form of self expression, and loves teaching her students the basics along with a little tips and tricks, so that they can grow and create something that is completely their own. Her work is inspired by nature, and playing with color is one of things she enjoys the most. "Sharing my love for art with adults who want to learn and love to drink and laugh...how could you say no to that."