Paint Nite: Beach Bonsai
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
If you're looking for new ways to keep yourself occupied, join us on a live Virtual Paint Nite, hosted on Zoom!
We will all be sitting in on a LIVE event as the host guides you step-by-step through the featured masterpiece. If you are camera shy, no worries! You do not have to enable your video, nor your mic; you will be advised to mute your mic at times to avoid feedback and white noise.
USE YOUR OWN SUPPLIES: Things you need (if you do not have these items, support your local art stores by purchasing from them, or get them from Amazon here or from Makers Craft Kits here! Please note delivery times. You can also get these items from Walmart, Michael's, Jo-Ann, Hobby Lobby,, etc. as many of these stores can do curbside or in-store pickup):
- acrylic paint (red, yellow, blue, white, and black)
- palette (a disposable plate will do!)
- brushes: a fine/small brush, a medium brush, a big brush
- a canvas (we use 16" x 20", but pick whatever you would like--as long as you have the proportionate brush sizes!)
- some paper towels
- a water cup in which to rinse your brush
- easel (optional, but it really helps!)
- Zoom installed on your tablet, phone, or computer (whichever device you plan on using to view and attend our events)
NOTES: please enter a valid email at checkout; this is the email address to which we will send you your personal Zoom registration link for the event; try to register for the Zoom event with the name you used when purchasing the ticket(s). Upon registering, you will receive an email with a one-click join link that is unique to you! Please also note time zones; This event is held in US Eastern Time.
Art is a modality for exploration and expression of self. Our events are a fantastic way to have a few hours a week to have fun, create, and just "be!" Yaymaker NOVA's instagram: @yaymakerrestonva
Very professional, speaks clearly, good pace
Like a female version of Bob Ross
She did a great job of keeping the class moving along and was supportive and made us all feel we had created a masterpiece.