Creating a masterwork of art can be like wandering through a maze: after a lengthy period of reflection and contemplation, you’ll still probably starve. Appreciate the figurative risks and transcendent joys of artistic creativity with this Groupon.
$25 for a Two-Hour BYOB Painting Class ($50 Value)
The studio equips students with all necessary materials for creating original acrylic paintings. Each painter brings home their 16”x20” creation after the class. Check the calendar for upcoming dates, times, and painting assignments, which vary for each class.
Brush N Blush
Students can walk into Brush N Blush with nothing but a bottle of wine and a dream and walk out with a self-completed reproduction of Monet’s Water Lilies. But not all classes use famous masterpieces as templates. Some teach students how to render a sunset bleeding orange behind a Georgetown bridge or an impressionistic panorama of the skyline. The instructors have developed step-by-step methods for recreating impressive works of art, although each student is still bound to produce something with original touches, especially if they hold their brush in their teeth.
The team at Brush N Blush strives to make evenings at their studio one of a kind. They dare couples to change it up by forgoing another dinner-and-movie date for an active, artistic affair that ends with a personalized souvenir. All painting materials are provided, although students are encouraged to bring their own beverages and snacks. The studio recently began selling a selection of wines by the bottle and the glass.
98% of 214 customers recommend
“Great class-- a good stress reliever at the end of a busy workweek with appropriate direction and enough room for creativity.”
“Great place, great times!”
“Blush N Brush makes what should be a completely intimidating evening of non-artists trying to paint, a fun time to enjoy friendship, laugh at our insecurities, and...”
“Blush N Brush makes what should be a completely intimidating evening of non-artists trying to paint, a fun time to enjoy friendship, laugh at our insecurities, and actually paint with the gentle guidance of kind and generous instructors.”