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What You'll Get
Hand-painted pottery has a rich legacy of storytelling, from the Grecian urns that document the perils of Orpheus and Eurydice to modern coffee mugs that foretell epic tales of the world's greatest grandpa. Paint your own story with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Paint-and-Take Plaster Pottery
During paint-and-take sessions, budding Michelangelos first select from more than 1,000 blank plaster pieces ($7.95–$35.95), such as home decorations, animals, and googly-eyed Sillie Stonez. Equipped with brushes, glitter, smocks, and nontoxic paint—all included in the purchase price—patrons can spend all the time they need to decorate masterpieces, adorning them with colorful strokes. Once maestros have applied their finishing touches, Painting Fun Spot’s helpful attendants seal in the eye-catching designs and the world's best-kept secrets, readying pieces to take home within 10 minutes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Painting Fun Spot
Artist Mike Buszuwski wanted to create “an inspirational place for kids to come and explore art.” Thus, Painting Fun Spot was born. He and his artistic staff equip artists of all ages with all the necessary supplies—nontoxic, USA-made plaster pieces, paints, sealants, and paintball guns—to create colorful sculptures in a relaxed, kid-friendly studio complete with booster seats and pint-sized aprons. Vibrant walls and an undersea mural inspire creativity during studio time, summer camps, and parties and help budding artists bestow blank plaster canvases with hand-painted masterpieces.
Painting Fun Spot also hosts painting fun art classes, during which instructor Tonya Warnke Buszuwski, a professional artist with works in collections throughout the U.S., instructs adults in the finer points of pigment placement. She leads students step by step through a selected canvas work, capturing the tranquility of an impressionistic Tuscan countryside, the bold hues of a cross, or a trio of tulips playing poker with a basset hound.