Paint Nite: Autumn All Aglow II
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Unleash your inner artist In just about two hours, while you're sipping on a glass of wine, beer, or cocktail, our performing artist will guide you through a painting step-by-step. At the end of the night, take home your own unique masterpiece - you will be amazed with what you can do! *no food or drink is included with your ticket price and must be purchased at the restaurant. Please note, this is NOT A BYOB event. This is a 21+ event. We provide everything you will need for use at the event: canvas, paints, brushes and even a smock to wear that night. You just bring your fun-loving friends and have a few drinks to keep the sprits high and inhibitions to a minimum, and we'll make sure your inner Picasso is unleashed. Seating is first come, first served. Please arrive 20 minutes early to be seated and make your food/drink order with the server. Guests can begin coming into the event space 30 minutes early to check in and save seats. Your artist works hard to help you Drink Creatively at every Paint Nite event... please remember that Paint Nite is an entertainment service, and thus tips for your entertainer are appropriate! Every artist has a tip jar at the event.
Improper City is Denver’s newest community space feature a rotating beer on 36 taps, as well as a curated cocktail menu, coffee shop, co-working space, an event area, an indoor stage, and 12,000-square-foot outdoor patio—Denver’s largest—where a changing cast of food trucks will cycle. The fresh and casual interior is complemented by warm, handcrafted wood tables and seating areas, local-inspired murals, simple touches designed to reflect the building's history in an authentic way. The original bones of the historic building are revealed through gestures like exposed scars on concrete floors and originally exposed trusses that reveal a beautiful wood ceiling. Street Parking.
I went to the University of Colorado Boulder to get a degree in Computer Science, but I was lured over to Fine Arts by the promise of fame and fortune. I was so sick of seeing millionaire painters and artists getting all the breaks, and I thought, "Why not me!?" I was shocked to find out that there aren'ÂÂÂ’t actually any millionaire artists and painters. Go figure! But the joke's on them, because I didn't technically finish my degree anyway. I was, once again, lured away - this time to the exciting world of graphic and web design. I started doing freelance work before I finished college. I worked on all manner of web projects and digital art, but something was missing. I missed the simple joy of painting. So I'm back! I'm connecting with my roots, my roots being drinking and painting... like a real artist!