Paint Nite: Simple Spring Forest


  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$35 per person
Buy

The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

Ain't no party like a Paint Nite party! Come and see for yourself why the Original Paint Nite is the most fun paint party on the block. No experience necessary! Our talented artist Wait for it..... .. will walk you through all the steps you take to go from blank canvas to full masterpiece in under two hours. Add a couple glasses of wine, some tunes and some laughs with friends - what could be better?! At Yaymaker we are all about making the YAY in your week.

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Imperial China located in Framingham, MA
Imperial China

If you are coming with a group (yay, how fun!) make sure you arrive 30 minutes before to secure seats together. If you arrive early to eat first, please tell the host that you are attending the Paint Nite event. Head over to secure your seats, then enjoy your dinner! *Please note, this painting party is only for adults age 21 and older and is NOT a BYOB event--all food and drink must be purchased at the restaurant. No food or drink is included with your ticket price. When you’re in Framigham looking to mix a little wine and painting together, check out Imperial China.   If you’re looking for a bachelorette party, birthday party, date night or girl's night out idea, a Paint Nite event at Imperial China should certainly make it on your bucket list of things to do in Framingham. Come a little early or stay a little late! **The room where Yaymaker events are held is not accessible by wheelchair. We apologize for any inconvenience.  WEBSITE / FACEBOOK

Your host

Yaymaker Host Brian Antifonario  located in Worcester, MA

Brian Antifonario Bio Born 1962 in Lowell, Massachusetts, Brian has been doing art ever since he could hold an oversized Crayon in his young hands. At age 13, he won a hometown Parks and Recreation citywide art contest using provided only craft materials. He explained, “I looked at the various craft material and decided to do a homage to my mother’s two tier wooden fruit bowl. I used burlap to represent the wood and a variety of colorful materials to create the various fruits.” He laughs, “I was actually shocked that I won first prize.” He knew way back then that a career in art was probably his calling. He graduated with honors from Salem State University, Massachusetts, in 1986 with a Bachelor of General Studies degree with a focus on the Arts and Media Communications. He took advantage of study abroad program in his junior year and spent a semester at Nottingham University, Nottingham, England and the next semester at the Université de Caen, Caen, France. During that time he studied play-writing, and film making in England and fulfilled a bachelor’s of science French language course in France. While in Europe he absorbed the culture and was inspired by the people and the beaux art all around. After college he worked many jobs, as a creative mind tends to do, and pursued painting on his own and through various art workshops. At the Beacon Hill Art Walk he garnered a blue ribbon for his nighttime portrait of the Eiffel Tower. Brian’s fine art paintings, and digital graphics can be seen and are available for sale at www.Etsy.com/shop/AntifonarioGallery/

Support