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Gaudy Giggles Garden Art Pole Workshop
September 26, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm$125.00
PEACE POLE, TOTEM POLE, ADDRESS POLE, YARD ART, GARDEN POLE whatever you call it, let’s paint it!
Join Jen Barratt 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 garden.
All materials will be supplied: Fully primed wooden pole with capper & finial as well as instruction to create your very own piece of Garden/Yard Art. Take home instructions will be provided on how to weatherproof before you plant in your garden.
Lunch will be provided by the amazing GRAZE Catering. Graze sources only fresh, in season, items. Photos shown are representative of grazing options, but actual grazing items may vary based on season and availability. Beverages are not provided but are available for purchase in the Barn.
I will help you work through ideas and make changes to match your style, to make it YOUR own! No Experience Necessary, Beginners Welcome! Anyone can paint this. I promise you will love the results. Come on, Let’s Paint!
WHEN: 10am-5pm on September 26th, 2021
Doors open at 10am, we start painting at 10:15 sharp. Everyone paints at different speeds; while we have the Barn until 5pm, some may be finished earlier than others.
RESTRICTIONS: Ages 18 and over
COST: $125 per person (all materials and lunch included). $25 non-refundable deposit due at registration (via Venmo). Registration closes Sept 20th – seats are limited
REGISTRATION: Pre-Registration is required for this class. To register please call/text Jen at: 231-437-0828 or send a message on Facebook -Gaudy Giggles: Paint Parties. The full name of each person will be needed along with a non-refundable $25 registration deposit (via Vemno). The remaining class fee will be due the day of the Party via cash, check or Venmo.
This class has a maximum attendance requirement and will fill quickly so reserve your spot today! If the participant minimum is not met 2 days prior to the 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!
MAKING US LUNCH:
I’m Sarah, with GRAZE. I am a wife, mother, singer, artist, lover of life, and self-proclaimed foodie. I started Graze because I believe that sharing food is a means of connecting people on an intimate level. My husband and I enjoy entertaining friends and family in our home, and often do so around a charcuterie board. There is always something for everyone, and it promotes a comfortable atmosphere where memories are made. From small dinners to extravagant weddings, I look forward to sharing my passion of grazing to help you create your one-of-a-kind experience…one to create memories for years to come.
Tel: 231-838-0652 |
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’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 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 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!