Wednesday Art Bar
Are you a trendsetter and looking for something FUN?
No Upcoming Dates
During class, Christie demonstrates the ‘pouring’ technique, where a number of paints are diluted with a pouring medium and water, then ‘poured’ onto a canvas. The paints blend organically in an unexpected and entertaining way. Paints can be manipulated with a blow of a straw or a canvas tilt. There are no mistakes with the technique, so Paint Night is enjoyable and fun for everyone. If you have never painted, Christie will walk everyone through a step-by-step process in completing your masterpiece. We encourage you to relax into the creative process. Laughing helps :) The session is 2 hours and it’s open to anyone, regardless of skill level.
In order for class to proceed as scheduled, 6 painters are required. We can accommodate up to 12 people.
Call the gallery the day of to inquire about the status of class.
Watch a VIDEO from a past Art Bar
The Night Of
• 2 12x12 canvases and creative materials are provided by the gallery.
• Light hors d’oeuvres, champagne and wine are included.
• Acrylic is fun but can be very messy; be sure to wear something that isn’t too valuable (we provide an apron and gloves).
• 10% discount applied toward purchases during the evening.
It will take 24 hours for the pieces to dry, and pick up is required within 2 weeks. Don’t be surprised if your creation looks different at pick up. The paints continue to move and settle as they dry.
Cancellations are allowed 5 days prior to the event. If unable to attend class, you may reschedule once by signing up to another class. If no class is available, you will be notified when dates become available. To reschedule a missed class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
Drop-ins are welcome; based on availability. Please call the gallery 2hrs before scheduled class to inquire about availability. Payment required at start of class. Forms of payment accepted:
Cash or Credit.
$49 per person
"Christie Smith, last night was creatively inspirational in so many ways. I learned there is never too much pink or sparkle and that sometimes the best art is a happy mistake. Thank you for a lovely evening. "