Paint Nite: Wise Cat
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Join our virtual Paint Party, It has all the fun and interaction of a regular Yaymaker event from the comfort of your home.
Go through the regular check out process, and take a look below at supply recommendations. Buy them online at the links below, use your own, or support a nearby local business. Instructions for joining your live virtual event will be emailed directly to you. There you’ll get step-by-step instructions and a friendly face from the Yaymaker community bringing creativity straight to your screen. It couldn’t be easier! If you have any issues logging onto your show, please reach out to Dvargas@yaymaker.com at least one hour before your event.
Say bye-bye to bored days at home and hello to Yaymaker Fun!
Stay safe & keep creating!
Recommended Supplies - source online, support small local businesses, or use supplies you already have at home!
- Canvas - we'll be using a 16x20, but use whatever works for you!
- Acrylic paints - you'll need blue, yellow, black,red and white for this version, but feel free to bring your own unique colors into the mix.
- Paint brushes
- Paint palette - a paper plate, recylced cardboard or plastic will do
- Cup of water, something you can wash easily or dispose of
- Protective apron or old t-shirt to keep your favorite outfits fresh even at home
Where to go for Supplies:
Art should be FUN! Art should be THERAPUTIC! Art should be THIS! All of my favorite memories of my childhood revolve around getting out paints and supplies and creating. When the world starts to spin a little and my brain is going nuts, I pour a glass of something and paint. When I'm painting the rest of the world melts away, and I get a warm fuzzy feeling in the heart of my soul. I have been drawing and painting my whole life and I am THRILLED that I get to share this experience with all of you.
Upbeat and friendly!
Jenna was great. She explained clearly, showed multiple examples close to the camera, and had a good sense of humor.
Flipped back and forth and walked us through both Winebottle activities