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Gaudy Giggles Family Paint Night
July 5, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm$20.00
Join Jen Barrett, founder of Gaudy Giggles Paint Parties for a fun night of family 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.
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! No experience is necessary, and beginners are welcome! Everyone can paint, I promise you will love the results. Come on out to Lavender Hill farm, let us paint!
All materials will be supplied: includes all painting supplies, canvas, and instruction to create your very own piece of art. Doors open at 6pm, we start painting at 6:15 sharp. Everyone paints at different speeds, class is usually over by 8:30 or earlier, (kids paint much faster).
COST: $20 per person (canvas and all materials included).
RESTRICTIONS: Ages 3-100 (any age really)
REGISTRATION: Pre-Registration is required for this class. To register please call or text Jen at: 231-437-0828 or send a message on Facebook -Gaudy Giggles: Paint Parties. The full name of each person, the date of the class you will be attending, and a non-refundable $10 registration fee will be required when signing up. The remaining $10 class fee will be due night of before class begins via cash, check or Venmo.
This class has a minimum and maximum attendance requirement and will fill quickly so reserve your spot today! If the participant minimum is not met 2 days prior to the class date, the workshop will be cancelled, and you will be notified by the instructor.
PLEASE BRING: Yourself and wear something comfortable. While we do wear smocks things can still 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 always 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 and it is 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 was not something I could just do, I needed support and direction. With a little help, I was off and running and ended up taking so many art classes I left college with a double minor in art. Even with my degree I still never dove into painting, it was my last fear of art I needed to conquer.
About 3 years ago, I took a leap toward overcoming that last fear and I took a painting class. I picked up a brush and have not 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.
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