Creative talents, like houseplants and celebrities, wilt without proper attention. Nurture your artistic abilities with today’s Groupon to Art-Sea Living in Boynton Beach. Choose from the following options
- For $12, you get a BYOB wineglass- or wine-bottle-painting class for one (a $25 value).
- For $22, you get a BYOB wineglass- or wine-bottle-painting class for two (a $50 value).
- For $42, you get a BYOB wineglass- or wine-bottle-painting class for four (a $100 value).
- For $20, you get $40 worth of pottery to paint at a BYOB pottery-painting studio. There are no fees for studio use, though a $5 glaze-and-fire fee applies to each piece.<p>
Each BYOB wineglass- or wine-bottle-painting class includes: * A painting demonstration * All necessary supplies * Two wine glasses for each participant or a wine stopper for those painting their own wine bottles<p>
Barbara Lentz, the owner and artist behind Art-Sea Living, helps students shellac with panache during her glass- and pottery-painting classes. As artisans arrive with their favorite bottles of wine in tow to sip and swish, they can choose to decorate their vinous vessels—removing labels and band-aids ahead of time—or they can paint a pair of wineglasses. Next, an instructor demonstrates color-coating techniques before pupils slather the translucent curves of their ceramic canvases with pigment, topping painted bottles with an included stopper. Alternatively, painters can unleash their brushes upon a variety of blank bisque such as coffee mugs ($13), pasta-serving bowls ($38), and margarita glasses ($17) in Barbara’s pottery-painting classes. Groupons can be applied to both the $5 glaze-and-fire fee that applies to each piece as well as the bisque pieces themselves. Check the class schedule for upcoming sessions.
Art-Sea Living’s purple and mint-green walls support colorful paintings and wooden shelves brimming with blank bisque. A piano bedazzled with a motley assortment of artistic artifacts perfects the studio’s playfully cluttered ambiance.
Art-Sea Living owner Babs Lentz caught the entrepreneurial bug at age 12, when she helped her father sell his car for $200 more than what he was asking. But Lentz has always intertwined her business savvy with free-spirit artistry, creating a children’s clothing line, designing jewelry, and opening the Art-Sea Living boutique gallery. Inside this welcoming studio, Lentz displays her own handmade creations as well as items from other local designers. Above all, she believes that art can be a great healer. Visitors can unleash their own inner artists during pottery-painting sessions, clay-sculpting classes, and watercolor studies. And for special events, Art-Sea Living can bring its studio on wheels to your party, offering paint-your-own pottery, wineglass painting, and more.
1628 S Federal Hwy.
Boynton Beach, Florida 33435