Art explores the great mysteries of the world, such as the secret of Mona Lisa’s smile and why the Renaissance was swarming with winged babies. Delve into the unknown with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for a Party Stems glass-painting party or canvas-painting party for two (an $80 value)
- $69 for a Party Stems glass-painting party or canvas-painting party for four (a $160 value)<p>
After arriving at the quaint downtown location, a small group students step into a celebratory atmosphere where they get to paint and socialize under the imaginative eye of Juiced on Imagination’s experienced staff. Conversation flows amidst food and beverages brought from home as artists create their painting of choice, usually centered around a particular theme. Juiced on Imagination offers many themes and can tailor a theme for a group. The two-hour classes promote mingling, creativity, and the fostering of relationships both new and old, whether they’re for a girl’s night out, bachelorette party, or celebration of a first root canal.<p>
Juiced on Imagination
The helpful staff of Juiced on Imagination guides adults, children, and robots disguised as humans while they create artwork, helping them to express emotions through several different mediums. The class lineup explores a variety of different themes, including painting, collage, and creative journaling. Adult sessions allow students to bring along their favorite drinks as they paint landscapes or portraits. Kids' classes introduce little ones to traditional art styles and inventive techniques including creating art out of recycled materials, such as their parents' old Picassos. Each artistic offering hopes to nurture creativity and foster benefits such as increased self-esteem and lower stress levels.
77% of 53 customers recommend
“We had a lot of fun! This was a very relaxed environment and they allowed us to paint what we wanted and was able to provide direction and guidance. ”
“The girls love having art classes!”
“Nice casual/friendly atmosphere and creativity was encouraged. Would be nice to have drinking water offered or readily available.”