How would you like to go up in a swing, Up in the air so blue? (Robert Louis Stevenson). Who doesn't have memories of weightlessness, of the heady feeling of being unbound and flying free for a few moments, knowing that the rope will yank you back to safety and let you go again - and again and again until you get off the swing. The pursuit of happiness inspired this whimsical picture. Come paint this picture with us and get a visual reminder to fly ever so often, to let go, to touch the clouds. The world will still be waiting when you're done.
Brushworks Art Jam!
Brushworks brings the artist experience to everyone through a guided painting session. It's the perfect activity to relax, socialize and flex your artistic muscles. The best part? You need NO EXPERIENCE. Rathish, a trained professional artist has the unique ability to spark the creativity in everyone with his step-by-step instructions. He can teach anyone to paint, trust me! He will patiently and clearly guide you from a blank canvas to the picture you see here. After an easy going session you get bragging rights to a painting that no one will believe you painted. We'll bring the paints, palette, brushes, canvas and all the necessary art supplies.
Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early to settle in and enjoy the atmosphere. If you’re a few minutes late, we will help you ‘catch up’. If you’re more than 15 minutes late, you’ll need to reschedule. It’s your fun time out, arrive early!
No refunds will be given on cancellation/no-show, but you can attend another one of our future events, preferably at the same location.
During the session we reserve the right to take photos. These may be used as promotion on our social media. If you do not want your picture taken for these purposes, please let us know. We want to respect your privacy. Feel free to take your own pictures and share on your social media!
Although we provide aprons, wear something you don’t mind getting paint on. For example, white pants are not the best option. Which is such a pity because if you can pull off white pants, by golly, you should wear them… just not to our event. Let’s face it – paint splatters and drips! And once acrylic is on your clothes, it likes to stay there.