Paint Nite: South Beach Heat
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
For those of you who want to try something new in the comfort of your home (and kill some boredom), we bring you the Virtual Paint Nite! In this new twist on The Original Paint Nite, you can enjoy the experience you know and love right from your house, and still have the banter of an in-person event. Go through the usual check out process, and within about 24 hours you will receive an email from Yaymaker that contains the URL for your event. You will also receive a confirmation email the day of the event which will also have the URL for you to reference.
This is a Use your own supplies event: You Will Need a canvas (we recomend 16 x 20) or something similar to Paint on, Red, blue, yellow, black and white paint (at least 1 oz of each). A larger brush 3/4" to 1" wide, some type of skinny brush to paint details and something in between. If you have an easel, great, but not needed. You can always lay them flat on a table or find something to lean a canvas on. If you don't have a canvas a piece of cardboard cut to size could also work! Other supplies needed are a paper plate, a paper towel, and a cup half filled with luke warm water. If you need supplies for future events visit http://www.makerscraftkits.com (Please allow 4-6 business days for supplies to be shipped. Most orders go out priority but we cannot guarentee on time shipment with CoVid 19 shutdowns.)
Grab a snack, pour a drink, and hop on to our live video streaming service. Our expert hosts will then walk you through how to make your unique masterpiece.
Have fun. Stay safe.
Rob’s work has been featured in print, television, and new media. It has been seen locally nationally and internationally. Sale of his work has raised more than $28,000 for charities and nonprofit organizations. His work has appeared in over 85 exhibits, live art events, and festivals. Most recently, multiple pieces of Rob’s US Presidential Election artwork has been seen in The London Times, Bloomberg Politics, Reuters, Associated Press and The New York Post. Hogan uses a multidimensional approach to art, and refuses to use only a single medium or art style. Rob believes that using various media improves his skill as an artist and allows him to see the world in new and wonderful ways. A former college administrator, Rob continues to educate, and has instructed thousands of adults at over 350 social painting events. His experience as an educator guides his art practice, and he has evolved his style to incorporate learning outcomes as part of the artistic statement of his works. Rob hopes that his art not only pleases those that see it, but also helps provoke thoughtful discussion and educate the viewers. Rob is a Chicago native who challenges concepts of perception through his artwork. Rob began his practice at a young age, and continued his love of art through his high school and early college experiences. After earning a B.S. in Psychology from Loyola University, Chicago, Rob worked as a media buyer before returning to Loyola University Chicago to earn his M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration. As a college administrator he focused on helping students at risk, and turned to pointillism for positive replenishment. It was not long before he embarked on a career as a professional artist.
He's patient and explains each step. Very well done.
I wasn't able to attend :(
Very friendly, encouraging, and thorough