BYOB Painting Event or Art Party for One or Two at Atelier 427 (Up to 69% Off). Five Options Available.

Nashville

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In a Nutshell

Working artists support community arts with weekly BYOB painting events and semi-regular art soirees

The Fine Print

Expires 210 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. $250 credit from the $99 option is valid for original art over $1000 only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like a mirror, art reflects the beauty of the world around us, reveals who we truly are, and can contain a lot of naked people. Reframe your perspective with this Groupon.

Choose from Five Options

  • $19 for a Pour & Paint event for one (a $30 value)
  • $35 for a Pour & Paint event for two (a $60 value)

These events take place every Sunday at noon and run for approximately three hours. Attendees follow along with working artists and sip on BYOB beer, wine, or paintings of martinis.

  • $15 for one ticket to a Critical Thinker’s Art Soiree (a $40 value)
  • $25 for two tickets to a Critical Thinker’s Art Soiree (an $80 value)
  • $99 for one ticket to a Critical Thinker’s Art Soiree, plus $250 towards the purchase of fine art (up to a $290 value)

The Critical Thinker’s Art Soiree shines a spotlight on the gallery’s current offerings. This event takes place semi-regularly—once or twice per month—so partygoers should call for details on the next fete.

Atelier 427

Muralists, portrait painters, illustrators, and graphic designers make up the staff at Atelier 427, a multi-function arts collective dedicated to uplifting the community with creative opportunities. These masters of shape and color include Michael J. McBride, a painter and a patron with an artistic style that can piece together monochromatic shapes in expressive human forms, or convey warmth in soft curves and umber colors. Other artists on staff include Abshalom Waters, whose striking, paint-splattered portraits cast African-American icons in a reverent light. Lee and Barbara Hodges let a love of music shine through in portraits of guitar pickers and the colorful, sleek silhouettes of saxophones, and James Threalkill puts to use a background in community outreach; after graduating from Vanderbilt University, Mr. Threalkil returned to the public housing community where he grew up and became a leader, using his artistic talents to develop neighborhood art programs and encourage kids to stay in school. When they aren’t adorning local neighborhoods with new vignettes, they might be found at the studio, where they host art events and get-togethers for art-adoring members of the community.

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