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.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for one ceramic painting fee and one piece to paint ($35 value)
- $24 for one 2.5-hour BYOB painting class for one ($45 value)
- $95 for one 2.5-hour BYOB painting class for four ($180 value)
Both the ceramics sessions and BYOB classes can be found on the schedule. Students follow along as instructors demonstrate techniques using acrylic paints and various other included materials. Brush-wielders expand their horizons and develop their own styles as they learn concepts of abstract art and sip beverages from their own stashes. All materials are provided.
The Fun Palette
The intricately designed, European-style buildings that populate the Buenos Aires cityscape enchanted the eyes of Argentina native Cari Cohen at an early age, inspiring her to earn a degree in architecture from the University of Buenos Aires. Driven to push the boundaries of architectural innovation, Cari began delving into other creative media to expand her horizons, sparking a newfound fascination with abstract art and jewelry crafting. She has since moved to Miami, where her original paintings have been showcased at events such as Art Basel and Art Miami.
Cari founded The Fun Palette as a way to share her passion for the visual arts with kids and adults, hosting a variety of imagination-spurring classes for students of all skill and experience levels. During the studio's painting sessions, students can closely follow their instructor's step-by-step instructions to create flowing landscapes or abstract pieces or go off the beaten path to compose self-portraits that reimagine the painter as a bowl of fruit.
94% of 247 customers recommend
“Really nicE and relaxing and fun”
“Make sure to read the fine prints but other than that it's pretty straight forward”
“Be sure to receive an email confirmation before you show up for a class. If you do not receive an email confirmation, call for clear information.”