Paint Nite: Starry Starry Night
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Virtual Paint Nite: This Event is Self-Supplied
SELF SUPPLY CHECK LIST What you need to get started and join a local artist live from your home using ZOOM:
• acrylic paint (primary colors: white, black, red, yellow, blue) (recommended brands of paint "Art Alternatives” or “Blickcrylic" acrylic paint)
• brushes (#12 flat, #6 bright #1round)
• cup with water
• paper plate
• paper towel/micro fiber towel
• canvas (16 X20 recommended) SUB for other size canvas (found at Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, Blick, Joann's)
IMPORTANT NOTE: Make sure you download the zoom app well before the event start time : https://zoom.us/
NOTE THE TIME ZONE and test Zoom in advance to avoid issues during the event. The host needs to teach the project and may not be able to trouble shoot for you during the event to ensure a good experience for those who have zoom working for them. This event is online! Make sure your internet connection is good. TIP set up your paint area near your wireless router, test your internet before you purchase your ticket, and make sure other devices are disconnected from WIFI to avoid bandwidth issues.
Tips are welcomed and appreciated!
Please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions! Please email well in advance not during the event if possible. NOTE: Response time may be delayed if email is received during an event.
<p>My events are sassy, full of laughs, high energy, all while having a blast learning how to create these beautiful paintings together. What better way to do that through fabulous food, delicious drinks, memorable music, and forever friends by your side?</p> <p>It’s my hope that when you come to my class you will forget the troubles of the world, have a great time and take home a beautiful painting to remember it by. I am so excited to share my love of painting with you! </p>
Super friendly and engaging
THE BESY HOST IVE EVER HAD!!!! Makes it SO fun and enjoyable (:
Robert is a talented artist and a fun and gracious host! This was a complex painting with a lot of steps, and we weren't quite done by 9, but he quickly outlined the finishing touches for those who had to leave and then hung in there with those of us who w