Paint Nite: Lavender Falls
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.
Use supplies you have at home or order online.
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, even paper! (You can even paint over a previous Paint Nite painting)
- Acrylic paints - preferably Primary colors (Red, blue, yellow) & black and white-feel free to use your own colors too! (don't have acrylic paint, no problem use what you have) You'll need about 1 oz of each
- Paint brushes
- Paint palette- a paper plate, or recycled cardboard or plastic
- Cup of water, something you can wash easily or dispose of
- Paper towel
- Protective apron or old t-shirt
Grab a snack 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.
Go through the usual check out process, and we'll send you a link by email the day of the event to join us live on Zoom.
Come Join us for a Virtual Paint Nite live in a venue your choice wherever you can stream our PaintCast via Zoom! Event links will be sent to you 24 hours prior to event start. Let's get creative while we're stuck inside! Great way to connect with family and friends!
Casey is a Buffalo-raised, self-taught realism artist with an eye for taking images and transforming them into works of art. Casey has taught herself all the techniques and tricks that resonate throughout her artwork, and she is ready to share them with the community. She is excited to bring her passion and enthusiasm for creating to Paint Nite. Creating makes my soul happy, and if my painting can have that same effect on others, then I’ve succeeded as an artist.