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Paint & Sip Class- Jellyfish
August 12 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm$25.00
Friday, August 12
6-8pm, Room 7
$25 for the class
$25 optional art kit with paint and brushes
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Enjoy a painting class with a twist. Unleash your creativity with your favorite beverage in one hand, paintbrush in the other and discover the artist within. With no previous experience required, you’ll be guided through, step by step by professional artist Cara Gregor, who will help you create your own original canvas mixed media painting of a colorful jellyfish.
Join with your friends or take part solo, bring your favorite drink and snack, and enjoy painting in a casual party atmosphere where you’ll leave your cares behind and end up with a one-of-a-kind painting created by you.
We will supply all participants with an 8×10 canvas. You can either buy or bring your own acrylic paints & brushes. Make sure you have white in addition to the other acrylic paint colors of choice. We recommend paintbrushes in a few different sizes — medium to small– that are meant for acrylic paint.
Buy a Supply Kit: You also have the option of purchasing a $20 supply kit which will include a set of acrylic paints and a set of brushes. Add it to your registration and we’ll have it for you in class.
You Bring: A bottle of your favorite beverage (wine and beer are great, no cocktails please), a glass to sip from and a snack.
Advanced registration required; attendance is limited.
About Cara Gregor:
Cara Gregor is the artist behind Cara Emilia specializing in painting, illustration, and handmade jewelry. Cara is a self-taught, intuitive, artist living in Sacramento, California with her husband, Benjamin, and her little dog, Jacques Cousteau. Her work is inspired by bright colors (sometimes neon… most of the time at least a little pop of neon), bold, organic composition, nature, yoga, and adventures exploring this amazing planet. She aims to bring joy to others with her intuitive process, hoping to make this world just a bit brighter, a bit lighter, and much more fun.