What You'll Get
Many great works of art began their fledgling existences as hastily sketched crayon murals or part-time street signs. Give purpose to aimless compositions with today's Groupon: for $14, you get an unfinished bisque coffee mug (a $15.75 value) and studio time (up to a $16 value) at Brush Fire Ceramic Studio (up to a $35.56 total value, including GST and PST).
Brush Fire Ceramics Studio's paint-your-own-pottery space sculpts a safe haven for ceramics painters of all ages to create functional vessels and flex their creative muscles. An unfinished bisque coffee mug beckons creators to dream up a signature design for its caffeine-storing walls, and an assortment of adroit instructors and motif-inspiring books can assist in overcoming mental obstructions such as artist's block and extratight thinking caps. Painters can take as much studio time as necessary to adorn their flagons with food-and-beverage-safe ceramic paint, daubing on pigments in abstract shapes or crafting a portrait of the studio’s resident java-sipping muse. Brush Fire Ceramics Studio’s staff glazes each piece of earthenware to prevent paint from escaping its clay canvas for no additional cost.
About Brush Fire Ceramic Studio
Brush Fire Ceramic Studio hands over the creative reins to its customers, who browse a selection of more than 300 ceramic pieces while choosing the perfect figurine or plate to personalize. Then, would-be van Goghs select stencils or sketch a design freehand, flipping through books or eating the pages for inspiration. The studio time clock starts as painters dip their brushes in as many colours as they like, but visitors are never charged for more than two hours of studio time per visit. Professionals glaze and fire creations, and customers can return to pick them up in about a week before placing their pieces on mantels and gifting them to family members.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Not valid on Tuesday. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.