Canvas Calendar Paint Your Masterpiece!
What's "Canvas Painting?" Painting with acrylics, oils, pastels, or watercolors on canvas is an art experience decades old.
While most commonly known as a party-oriented "paint and sip" event for exploring your artistic side in a relaxed supportive environment, canvas painting is also a fun solo art experience. Friends can also do different pieces at their own pace.
Our studio isn't BYOB and doesn't sell wine and beer, but we can hold events off-site for which combining wine and art becomes part of the fun experience.
At our studio and for many of our events off-site, we specialize in designing canvas painting projects ideally suited for couples, two friends or teams of two, and office team parties.
It's always about having FUN and connecting with others ~ not about becoming an accomplished "artist" per se.
Walk-in pricing is all-inclusive and is based upon two sizes ~ small versus large canvas.
If you prefer a more social art experience, we hold regularly scheduled canvas painting parties.
Or, if you like it to be your private party, visit our page about Private Parties and follow the process to get your party booked today!
Create & Design
We have lots of canvas project guides and example paintings throughout our studio to provide inspiration. We have both traditional and modern style canvas designs.
Please refer to the event description for the details for each specific event.
Sometimes everyone is working on the same project and other times everyone's project differs using a specific technique(s).
Go home today with your new canvas painting! Gift it to someone special or decorate your home or office with your cool topic-worthy art!
Q: What to wear?
A: The materials we use are non-toxic but are staining to clothing. Please keep in mind that while it's entirely possible not to have any paint drips or spills (most people don't have any issues), it would be best to wear clothing that can be easily replaced. We provide fabric smocks for your use and give you disposable gloves to protect your hands.
Q: How long will it take?
A: Most of the time, about two hours. Please refer to the event description for the details for each specific event.