Art helps people reach a wide audience without shouting from the top of radio towers, provocatively dancing behind a local TV field reporter, or tying speech bubbles to migrating birds. Express yourself with this Groupon.
Choose From Three Options
- $30 for a drop-in ceramics painting or glass fusing experience for two, including studio fees, plus $25 worth of materials per person (up to a $66 value) <p>
Patrons design and paint bowls, platters, or mugs that will then be glazed, fired, and available for pickup in five to seven days. Glass fusers select glass pieces and design them with precut squares and ground glass, after which staff members fire the artwork in the kiln, readying it for pickup within five to seven days.
- $35 for a Teen/Tween Snack, Chat & Paint class for two (a $78 value) <p>
Teens 10 and older create their own ceramics or glass piece during an evening filled with pizza, beverages, and interaction with peers. Instructors lead students through each process, outfitting them with tools, patterns, and supplies.
- $35 for a BYOB Adult Snack, Chat & Paint class for two (a $78 value)<p>
The adult class immerses participants in the creation of one ceramics or glass piece alongside other students as they enjoy complimentary snacks and imbibe their own beverages while following the advice and instruction of skilled teachers. <p>
Though A Stroke of Creativity sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.<p>
A Stroke of Creativity
While some husbands gift their wives with flowers or candlelit dinners, Bob Lang knew this wasn't enough for his wife Patty. Her stroke in 2008 led to an unexpected flurry of artistic activity that inspired Bob to found A Stroke of Creativity, which won the Home News Tribune's Readers Choice Award for Best of 2011, 2012, and 2013 in Central Jersey, as both a place where Patty could create her opuses and where participants of all levels and abilities could find their inner artists. Classes divulge the secrets of creating jewelry, fused glass, and paintings to help students hone their personal style and express their angst at the cancellation of Golden Girls. Patty's extensive background in special education, coupled with Bob and Patty's experience raising children with special needs infuses the studio, which is accessible to people with disabilities, with a fully inclusive vibe, allowing all who enter a chance to create without fear of judgment or ridicule.
557 Englishtown Rd.
Monroe Township, New Jersey 08831