Paint Nite: Blooming Sunset
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Paint the town all the colors you want this week at the Original Paint Nite. Our master artist Hannah Freitag #TEAMCOPPLOE will walk you through all the steps you need to go from blank canvas to complete masterpiece in under two hours – add some drinks and snacks from Brooklyn Bros. Pizza Mill Creek and call it your best night out this month. No experience necessary – at Yaymaker we provide all you need to explore your creative side while sharing some laughs with friends old and new.
Like a Brooklyn Bros. Pizza, the finest pizzas are baked in a stone oven at 550° or higher. At these temperatures the dough is shocked and springs into a light, airy crust while taking on a lightly charred appearance. The Oven Manager must manage the oven at all times. A perfectly cooked crust will have a smokey, crisp flavor. The ingredients we use are of the highest quality. We use fresh whole milk mozzarella cheese, San Marzano tomatoes imported from Italy, handmade sausage and fresh vegetables. Our toppings have intense flavor, so we recommend that you select only a few for your pizza so as to taste them each individually. We keep our pies simple so your palate can enjoy the perfect marriage of ingredients and craft that is a Brooklyn Bros. Pizza. Mangia! « BUY BY THE PIE · BUY BY THE SLICE » and enjoy our full bar and private event space
Hannah is an artist born and raised in Kent, WA with a BFA in Digital Arts from Chapman University. She is currently a student working towards her Masters in Art Therapy and also a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. She is passionate about art and bringing it into people's lives. She firmly believes that everyone has an artist inside ready to come out and is delighted to aid in that journey through Paint Nite events. In her spare time Hannah enjoys getting outside and enjoying nature, hanging out with her friends and cats, watching movies, attending concerts, and any and all creative projects. You can check out some of her work on www.hannahfreitag.net