Starting at $35 +tax/fee
Wet Palette Paint Parties and Jeny's Heart with Art are pairing up for a fun and unique painting experience.
Jeny's Paint Nights are a Perfect Combination of a Fun night of Entertainment and Friends! Absolutely No Art Experience Necessary!
We provide all the art supplies. An evening of painting often turns into a full-fledged party! Sipping is allowed (Drinks and food will be available for purchase at an additional cost) and laughter is encouraged. At the end of the Party you will go home with a finished acrylic painting (Size: 16"x20") created by you.
There is no pressure with our easy step-by-step instruction.
Space it limited. Don’t wait to Register!
Where: TSP Bakeshop; 4850 Paradise Way West Richland
When: Friday, March 8th at 6:30PM.
Jeny's Attendee Testimonials:
"I’ve been to Jeny’s Paint Nights several times. Each time I go in thinking “oh boy there is no way this will turn out!” But with Jeny’s step by step instructions they always turn out! I always have a blast during these paint nights and I highly recommend Jeny as your instructor." - Alexis Young
"I was really amazed at how good my painting turned out. Jeny makes everything so easy to understand, and she really helps out if you are having problems. everyone should attend at least one class just for fun." - Sandra Doherty
"Jeny leads you through the painting process in such a fun way!!! I learned a lot, and had so much fun. I loved seeing women, men, and kids come together. And... I have a cool painting that I am proud of!" - Julie Sneden-Carlson
WHO IS JENY?
Jeny Stone is a Mother of 2 creative daughters. She is an experienced artist and enjoys sharing everything she has learned over the years. Jeny loves Acrylic and Oil, mixed media, drawing, pretty much anything that makes a mark.
Jeny is enthusiastic about mixing her two passions of teaching and art. Her kids art classes aren't just limited to painting, crafts and drawing. She always includes hands on experiments, magic tricks and illusions in every class. She leads the class, but pushes the students to add their uniqueness to each piece. She encourages thinking outside of the box. Their are absolutely no mistakes in art. More emphasis is spent in the process of making art, instead of the end product.