Paint Nite: Fantasy Flower

  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$37 per person

The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

Create a new kind of night out and join us this week for an Original Paint Nite party. In under two hours you'll go from blank canvas to completed masterpiece, all while having some laughs with your friends and maybe some drinks and some tunes too! No experience necessary – our talented local artist Sarah Larson will walk you through all the steps. Just come on down to The Capitol in Bend and bring your creative side, we'll take care of the rest. Yaymaker events give you everything you need to get up, get out, and get making!

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called The Capitol located in Bend, OR
The Capitol

We are a locally owned and operated upscale restaurant which features a spacious bar and live music. Happy hours daily from 4-6pm. Dine, Drink, Dance! In 2014 The Capitol became an idea between two friends and quickly grew into reality over the next year. Being Bend locals for quiet some time, we knew Bend was hungry for a classy music venue that offered superior bar service and fine dining. Our restaurant's menu contains nothing but the best ingredients. We pride ourselves on local, seasonal, organic, sustainable, naturally raised, wild caught, and house made by our very own Chef Jesse Romero and his team of sous-chefs. You can even find a variety of gluten-free and vegetarian choices on our menu, including the children's menu. We update our menu as the seasons move so stay tuned for food and music venue updates!

Your host

Yaymaker Host Sarah Larson located in Bend, OR

I began to paint when I was fairly young around 10 years old and I have Bob Ross (Late Television Instructor) to thank for that early inspiration in my life. My creative hunger continued with painting murals on my bedroom walls and my face and hands every chance I got. I enjoyed a roaming childhood; moving from Alaska, where I was born, to Hawaii, Idaho, to Michigan, and eventually Bend Oregon. My junior year in high school I realized that painting was that that one thing that truly brought me happiness, and I decided to try and make it my living. I took several art classes at Summit High and I’m pretty sure those are the only classes I never skipped. I was eager to learn new skills and show my teachers what I had created the night before around 2 am. I wanted to paint everything I saw and it literally kept me up all night. When I’m asked what inspires me to paint it’s hard describe; its everything from the wild intimidation of a tall standing tree with leaves that remind me of thoughts leaving my brain at random, it’s the trance I go into from the perfect dusk sky that washes over me like a warm blanket, to the overwhelming feeling of passion I get when I stare past the face and into the soul of the man I am crazy in love with. Painting is therapy, and this beautiful town with its beautiful people have continuously kept me motivated to follow my dream. I have been showing my art locally, as well as selling my work across the nation, and few pieces have even made it overseas. I also make custom pieces for people, and I have found that my greatest reward as an artist is seeing the joy that my work can bring others.