Paint Nite: Red Rocks and Starry Skies

  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$35 per person
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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist


Instructor guides you step-by-step through the featured painting in about two hours.  If you’re feeling creative, change the colors to suit your décor or go completely rogue.  We provide all the painting supplies: a 16”x20” canvas, acrylic paint, brushes, smock, music, and a good time.  No experience required!

Come out early to enjoy lunch or dinner before we get started, just let them know you’re with Paint Nite.  Secure your seats 45 minutes before start time, especially if part of a large group. Food and drinks are available for purchase from the venue and NOT included in the ticket price. Outside food and drink are not allowed - NO BYOB. 

Events are for adults, 21+ only.

WARNING: Paint Nite events are held at bars and restaurants and are for adults 21 and over because of the use of profanity, adult content, and because of the drinking atmosphere. Our motto is 'Drink Creatively' - Please be advised that there is no intent to offend but events are not suitable for anybody under the age of 21. Thank you! Have a great time.  

Help keep your artist from becoming a starving one - tips are appreciated

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Golden Axe located in Salt Lake City, UT
Golden Axe

Golden Axe is not just about throwing axes and drinks; it’s about the space, the art, and the full immersive experience. When you enter you’ll feel like you were transported into the lavish house of an ancient Viking lord. Cedar logs sprinkled with gold outline the core of the architecture, while comic strips paper opposing walls in contrast. “We love axe throwing but we don’t love how bland most axe-throwing venues are.” said Bentley Williams, owner and co-founder of Golden Axe, “We wanted to create a space that focuses on more than just axes.” The venue pays homage to classic comics and video games while remaining modern and sleek. Not only is the appearance of the venue sleek but also the tech-based axes throwing lanes. Golden Axe is the only place in Utah with projected targets and electronic scoring, “Other venues use painted targets and chalkboards.” said the head of axe-operations Ryan Means, “We wanted to bring the axe-throwing sport into the future with projected targets and e-scoring so we could create as many game modes as we wanted.” At Golden Axe Throwing you can enjoy multiple axe-throwing game modes with electronic scoring while having a beer from the bar or a golden take on classic American food in the dining area. Golden Axe is more than an axe-throwing venue; it’s a full entertainment experience. · Drink from a range of cocktails and beer at the bar. · Eat any of our delicious bites in our family-style seating. · Throw axes in one of the eight, tech-based, axe-throwing lanes.

Your host

Yaymaker Host Olivia Glascock located in Salt Lake City, UT

I was born into an artistic family in Salt Lake City, Utah, and have been drawing from the moment I  could pick up a crayon.  I have an adventurous spirit, always ready to see and learn something new,  and as such I have moved all around the country. After high school, I attended the University of Puget  Sound in Tacoma, Washington where I was awarded the Trustee’s and an Art Departmental  Scholarship. I transferred to the University of Utah where I received my BFA in Painting and Drawing  in 2002.  After graduation, I worked locally in floral design and architectural drafting while spending my  free time creating narrative figurative paintings in oil.  Never knowing when a fleeting thought or  inspiration will strike, I always carry a sketchbook to jot down notes, ideas and sketches.  The smallest  details often are the seeds of inspiration for my figurative oil paintings, full of symbolism, which are  meant to tell a story. My work has been featured in the Salt Lake City Weekly and in the Salt Lake  Tribune.  In 2008, I moved to Boston to attend the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and in  2010 received a MFA with an emphasis in 2-Dimensional Art.  Also in 2010 while at MassArt, I won  the George Nick Prize for my Thesis Exhibition work. I have exhibited my paintings in galleries in  Tacoma, Salt Lake City, and Boston.   Besides teaching for Paint Nite, I am also an adjunct instructor at a local college where I teach  drawing and sculpture courses.  I love to teach, and it comes maybe only second to my love for  painting. The most rewarding and inspiring part of teaching is when one of my students makes a  breakthrough artistically.  I am absolutely thrilled to be with Paint Nite, and enthusiastic about teaching  people eager to paint and expand their artistic skill and creativity. Don’t forget that everyone has to  start somewhere and there is an artist in all of us that just needs to be harnessed! I’m outgoing and  super excited!  This zest for art has a tendency to be contagious! So, pick up your drink, get your  creative juices flowing and let’s get ready to have some fun!