Paint Nite: Lighthouse Splash
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Staying home grows old pretty fast! If you’re looking for ways to entertain, join our Virtual Paint Nite! It has all the fun and interaction of a regular Yaymaker event from the comfort of your home.
Go through the regular check out process, and take a look below at supply recommendations. Buy them online at the links below, 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!
Stay safe & keep creating!
Recommended Supplies - source online, support small local businesses, or use the supplies you already have at home!
- Canvas - we'll be using a 16x20". If you don't have a canvas, a piece of cardboard cut to size could also work! Even better, you can upcycle and reuse old Paint Nite paintings. Just paint white (or gesso) all over the old painting, let it dry, and paint away!
- Acrylic paints - you'll need red, blue, yellow, black and white for this version, but feel free to bring your own unique colors into the mix..
- Easel - If you have an easel, great, but not needed. You can always lay them flat on a table or find something to lean a canvas on.
- Paint brushes - A larger brush 3/4" to 1" wide, some type of skinny brush to paint details and something in between.
- Paint palette - a paper plate, recycled 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
Where to go for Supplies:
Come join us for a Virtual Creative Nite in the comfort of your own home! Stream the live event through a mobile device or computer.
#TeamMarian Art enthusiast extraordinaire! Graduated from Westminster College in 2013 with Bachelors in Fine Arts and Art Administration, I have followed my love of art here to paint nite. I also spend my other time working at the Utah Museum of Contompary art; because, there's no such thing as too much art. I love a good conversation about anything so if you see me at a paint nite event chat me up and lets drink creatively together.