What You'll Get
On the International Space Station, brave astro-pioneers pass the time by making art—namely, dreamcatchers to catch the dreams of any nearby aliens dreaming of attacking Earth. Obtain the tools to turn artsy dreams into reality with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of art supplies at Napa Valley Art Supplies.
Napa Valley Art Supplies distributes the high-quality artwork wares necessary for inspired masterpiece crafting. Art Alternatives studio stretched canvases provide an already-secured, staple-free blank expanse ($6.99 for an 8"x8", $13.99 for a 16"x16", $19.99 for an 18"x24") on which artists can mimic such classical masters as Rembrandt and the guy who painted the stop sign. End the imprecise brushstrokes made with Barbie's pony tail by switching to Winsor & Newton oil brushes ($7.49+), each constructed with a double-bodied handle for enhanced balance and control during long portrait sessions. The art-savvy staff at Napa Valley Art Supplies can advise buyers navigating the polychromatic parade of Golden's Heavy Body paints ($8.30–$17.99/2 oz. tube), which include dozens of 100% acrylic color choices such as burnt sienna, bone black, and cadmium yellow primrose.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Napa Valley Art Supplies
The aisles at Napa Valley Art Supplies are as colorful as the paintings their materials help to create. Tubes of oil, acrylic, and watercolor paints, from brands such as Prismacolor and Liquitex, await to top an arsenal of Winsor & Newton brushes made to suit varying types of paint, desired brushstrokes, or canvas tickle-thresholds. Beads, jewelry, water-soluble crayons, and frames help inspire other artistic endeavors, while markers and eco-friendly Plutonium and Liquitex spray paints fuel onsite expression during BYOB events, which—in the past—have included a Spray Can Slam with local writers and street artists.