Paint Nite: Kawaii Sushi
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
These sushi friends are fun for all ages and starts at 3PM MST!
Feel free to use pre-mixed colors or you can mix them with me during the event! I use white, black and the primary colors: red, yellow, and blue acrylic paint, large, small and medium brushes, a pencil or chalk, cloth or towel, and water. A ruler and sharpie or paint marker can be helpful, but optional. I use a 16x20 canvas, but feel free to paint on on anything larger or smaller.
I use primary colors to mix all the colors in the painting, but if you prefer not to mix, you will need red, pink, orange, yellow, white, blue, black, green.
I want you to have a wonderful time so please share ask questions and provide feedback during the event. I would love to see you and your painting throughout the event, so please don't hesitate to share your camera. I hope you can join and I look forward to painting with you!
Please feel free to email me with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
I live in Boise, ID and love painting, music, dancing, and reading. My favorite activities include volunteer work for schools and art and music festivals, reading, and using all sorts of media to create stories and adventures. I have a BS in Business Management and use art and reading to relax and have fun. I am extremely grateful for the maker space that Yamaker provides for those who love art, cooking, game nights, book clubs, trivia events, yoga, dance and/or anything else we want to share. It is very important to me to create opportunities to connect with friends and create projects that add color and fun to our lives. Painting is especially relaxing and therapeutic for me and I have found Paint Nite to be an excellent way to spend a few hours away from my worries while I focus on creating a colorful piece of art. My events include Book Clubs as well as Paint Nite. I often I find myself reading a wonderful book and am so eager to discuss it that it is hard not to. I hope you enjoy books and paintings from my events and that they provide exposure and support for the artists and writers who have created them, in addition to my own original work.
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