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Gaudy Giggles Painting Class
August 25, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm$35.00
Join Jen Barrett founder of Gaudy Giggles Paint Parties for a fun night of painting at the Farm. Discover, unlock or revive your inner artist with step by step instruction on how to paint something beautiful for your family, friends or wall at home. No Experience Necessary, Beginners Welcome! Anyone can paint this; I promise you will love the results.
Want to change to something with the painting? Different color, different objects, I will help you work through ideas and make changes to match your style; to make it YOUR painting! Come on, Let’s Paint!
All materials will be supplied, including all painting supplies, canvas and instruction to create your very own piece of art.
Please feel free to bring a beverage of your choice and a snack Or purchase a beverage or bite from the LHF Gift Shop.
Doors open at 6pm, we start paining at 6:15pm sharp. Everyone paints and different speeds, class is usually over by 9:30pm.
COST: $35 per person (canvas and all materials included). Cash or Check only
RESTRICTIONS: ages 18 and up
REGISTRATION Seats must be reserved in advance. To reserve your seat call or text: 231-437-0828. Message on Facebook -Gaudy Giggles: Paint Parties. Need names of each person and class you plan on attending.
This class has a minimum and maximum attendance requirement and will fill quickly so reserve your spot today! If participant minimum is not met 2 days prior, the workshop will be cancelled.
PLEASE: Wear something comfortable, while we wear smocks things can get messy. Don’t come too fancy!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: My Name is Jen, I was born and raised in Charlevoix. I have never considered myself an artist. I have always loved Art, but never thought I had the skill set to create beautiful work. My Brother was an awesome artist & could draw anything; I was so envious of his talents. I was crafty and was super excited to live in a crafty world.
In College, I had to take one Art Class, part of the General Education Program. I took Photography, because I thought anyone can take a picture & it’s a good life skill. I loved being in the art department, I found myself doing my homework in the halls because I loved the smell of all the art supplies. My Photography Professor saw my interest in Art and pushed me into more classes; I resisted. Turns out I did have a talent for Art I just needed guidance. It wasn’t something I could just do, I needed help, direction & guidance. With a little help, I was off and running; ended up taking so many art classes, I left college with a double minor in Art. But never dove into painting, it was my last fear of Art I needed to conquer.
About 3 years ago, I took a leap toward conquering that last fear of Art, I took a painting class. I picked up a brush, haven’t put it down since. I thoroughly enjoy watching people work through their hesitation or fear of picking up that brush and realizing they just painted something amazing. Come On, Lets Paint!