Paint Nite: Teal Sunset Sail II
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Grab your friends and unleash your inner artist at the Original Paint Nite. You’ll go from a blank canvas to a masterpiece of your own, with plenty of laughs along the way. Guided by a talented and entertaining artist, you'll be amazed at what you create, and how much fun you have doing it.
Yaymaker events give you everything you need to get up, get out, and get making! Instruction is provided by an expert host, so no experience is required, and everything you need is supplied. Grab your friends to paint, plant, tinker, and build—and give your week something to shout about.
Located in the heart of the East village, ripples an ambience of romantic, rustic decor with urban graffiti art work, capturing the feel of Mexican culture. Villa Cemita represents a dynamic culinary destination in Manhattan's East Village neighborhood. Villa Cemita reflects chef and owner Alejandra Aco's overall vision of authentic Mexican cuisine. Her Evolving expertise of the fusion of the culinary traditions of Mexico’s colonial period (16th century), outside influences including Spanish, French, and Arabic, prepared with indigenous ingredients that could only come from Puebla. Each influence came with unique ingredients such as spices and chili peppers, as well as special tools and processes that enriched the cuisine of Puebla, making it particularly rich and varied. Dinner features produce imported directly from a family's farm in Puebla, Mexico & local greenmarkets.
Tony Tan is an illustrator by trade and a born and raised New Yorker. He graduated with a BFA in illustration from the School of Visual Arts where he concentrated on children's book illustration and concept art. Today he is a production assistant at a small start up animation studio as well as a freelance illustrator. Traveling all over the U.S. in his college years and studying in San Francisco for a year at the California College of the Arts has added life experiences and contributed his style in his art work. Many of his influences comes from urban street artists, toy designers to illustrators such as Norman Rockwell. Tony's illustrations can be described as playful, conceptual and insightful. His goal is to rekindle the feelings and memories of childhood experiences and to remember what it was like to live in wonder as a child.