Paint Nite: Sea Shell
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Make some extra yay in your night out this week at an Original Paint Nite party! In just two hours you'll go from blank canvas to colorful masterpiece, all while you laugh and maybe share a few glasses of wine with your friends old and new. You'll be in great hands with our master artist Ron Bean, who will guide you through all the steps to follow, no experience necessary whatsoever! There ain't no party like a Paint Nite party - come join us at Sally Tomatoes* in Rohnert Park this Monday night and see what all the shouting's about! Yaymaker events are always local, always creative, and always a great way to make YAY.
Sally Tomatoes offers delicious Italian food a full bar with tasty drinks available for purchase so you can drink creatively at Paint Nite. Paint is non-toxic so you can enjoy a drink and a bite to eat while you satisfy your creative side. http://onithosting.com/~sallytom/images/menus/CafeMenu_Dinner2013.pdf Sally Tomatoes has a spacious Café and a full bar at the Event Center in Sonoma Mountain Village. The new facilities allow us to bring you your favorite Sally Tomatoes dishes made fresh. The excellent cuisine starts with superior ingredients, our dishes feature the highest quality products from local farmers, merchants and artisans. Happy Hour Tuesday - Friday • 4-6 pm & 8-10pm $2.50 Well Drinks & Assorted Beer Specials
I grew up painting plein air watercolors with my Dad and sister Sue. My father was an art director at Chicago advertising firms and my sister and I are graphic artists. My father could draw anything and hand letter any font. Sue and I use Apple computers to draw images. Eliot O'Hara, Frank Webb and Carolyn Lord are a few of my favorite watercolorists. I am getting up to speed with these acrylics working for Paint Nite and am enjoying the challenge.