I’m at it again! Recycling any surface to paint on! We took down an old ceiling fan that not only wasn’t working any longer but also something that needed to be repurposed. I looked on Pinterest to see what I could do with the ceiling fan blades that my husband had so graciously taken apart. Continue Reading
For all you gamers out there! Art Class & Wine Glass is now an official stop for Pokemon Go game! I’m not sure how that happened but there have been people stopping randomly outside our shop with a phone in hand and having FUN! It’s the newest thing…kids/adults finding physical locations according to a mobile app game. So we had fun with it too!
Houston, we heard your request loud and clear! Now come paint a one-hour project and save some time and money! For only $14.50, kids can paint one of several pictures and these are easy self-guided projects. Adults can paint a mini canvas as well for $17.50 each (self-guided with printed instructions). So come get your PAINT ON at Art Class and Wine Glass!
You can walk in and request either a Kid’s or Adult canvas. Canvases are 10×10 inches and are self-guided. Although there is an assistant nearby, they will direct you to the instruction sheet for your particular painting. Quick, easy and economical for those groups that want just a quick project on a weekend or before a movie or dinner!
Is it true? Yup! Jesus did promote wine, I’m catholic, I know. Sometimes we can remind ourselves on a daily basis about Jesus. So I decided to make some fun glasses. I won’t go into the exact etching instructions but you’ll catch on when I do a step-by-step tutorial in a few weeks if enough people request it.
Our little art studio not only does classes for kids and adults here, but we also travel to offsite events quite often. We began teaching at a second nursing home just a few months ago. This particular senior home caters to residents with memory problems, dementia and Alzheimers disease. I get so wrapped up in planning the class, prepping for everything and implementing the curriculum that sometimes we lose sight of the people. Oh, the residents are so receptive and ready to begin. Our last session caught us off-guard Continue Reading