Paint Nite: Blooming Sunset


  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$37 per person
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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

Ain't no party like a Paint Nite party! Come and see for yourself why the Original Paint Nite is the most fun paint party on the block. No experience necessary! Our talented artist will walk you through all the steps you take to go from blank canvas to full masterpiece in under two hours. Add a couple glasses of wine, some tunes and some laughs with friends - what could be better?! At Yaymaker we are all about making the YAY in your week.

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Batch 206 Distillery (Full Bar & Restaurant) located in Seattle, WA
Batch 206 Restaurant and Bar (Amazing Venue)

Opened in March 2012, Batch 206 Distillery is an 8,000 square foot distillery located in the Interbay neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. Out of 135+ distilleries in the state of Washington, Batch 206 Distillery is currently one of the top 5 independently owned distilleries in the state for both production and sales. Batch 206 Distillery is a true small batch artisan facility, handcrafting their products in small batches on a 1,000 liter, handmade custom Kothe still. For more information about Batch 206 Distillery, visit www.batch206.com and follow Batch 206 Distillery on Facebook, Twitter (@batch206) and Instagram (@batch206). Full bar, signature drinks, food and great lighting.

Your host

Yaymaker Host Kaytie Smith #TEAMCOPPLOE located in Tacoma, WA

Kaytie Ivy Summer Storm Smith is a fine artist born and raised in Washington. In 2014, she received her Bachelor’s of Fine Art Degree in Painting at Pacific Lutheran University. Art and teaching have always been passions of hers. Throughout college she shared her love for art with students of various ages as an After School Program Assistant. She is excited to continue to spark creativity through Paint Nite as well. In her personal work, she focuses on the human figure and how humanity interacts with nature. Awards she has received include the Artasia Darrell Smith Memorial 1st place award, a Juror’s Choice award from the 2009 Puyallup Fair High School Art Show, and the Kiwanas Club of Clover Park Art Award in 2010. In 2014, her series "Waters of the Earth" was showcased in the senior exhibition “Art Is” at Pacific Lutheran University.  In her spare time she loves to appreciate nature through photography, hiking, swimming and riding her motorcycle. She also enjoys reading, watching movies and spending time with her family.

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