Paint Nite: The Rabbit and the Moon


  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 6 & up

$15 per person
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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

Go through the regular check out process, and take a look below at supply recommendations. Buy them online at this link, use your own, or support a nearby local business. Instructions for joining your live virtual event will be emailed directly to you. There you’ll get step-by-step instructions and a friendly face from the Yaymaker community bringing creativity straight to your screen. It couldn’t be easier!

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Recommended Supplies - source online, support small local businesses, or use supplies you already have at home!

- Canvas - we'll be using a 16x20, but use whatever works for you!

- Acrylic paints - you'll need red, blue, black and white for this version, but feel free to bring your own unique colors into the mix.

- Paint brushes

- Paint palette - a paper plate, recylced cardboard or plastic will do

- Cup of water, something you can wash easily or dispose of

- Protective apron or old t-shirt to keep your favorite outfits fresh even at home

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Virtual Venue* Your Device located in New York, NY
Virtual Venue* Your Device

Join us at home for a virtual Yaymaker event!

Your host

Yaymaker Host Thomas McLaughlin

Thomas McLaughlin was born and raised in the countryside of Upstate New York; so plants always played a big part of his life. However he prefers the busier, more social city life much more and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. Thomas is a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology where he studies textile/surface design. When not at school, he enjoys working for Paint Nite and Plant Nite where he gets to meet new faces, have fun and plant the night away! 

Host Reviews

3.25 out of 5 (7 reviews)
Verified Paint Nite Guest

Tom is a really fun teacher and goes through at a good pace!

Verified Paint Nite Guest

Friendly and encouraging

Verified Paint Nite Guest

I was disappointed. The class barely lasted an hour and we weren't taught any shading on this picture. The ribbon on the bottom of the picture was just a swath of pink.

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