Though self-made paintings lack the prestige of works by deceased masters, their sentimental value fetches them a fair price on the emotional stock exchange. Invest in a tangible memory with today's Groupon to The Funky Paintbrush in Woodstock. Choose from the following options:
• For $12, you get one two-hour painting class for adults, held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday–Friday throughout the summer (a $25 value).
• For $12, you get one three-hour Kids Camp painting class for children ages 7–12, held from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday–Friday until July 22 (a $25 value).
• For $12, you get one three-hour Mommy & Me painting class for parents and their children ages 4 and younger, held from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday–Friday (a $25 value).
The Funky Paintbrush bestows a self-made cornucopia of creative projects upon fresco-finessing students, who create wall-ready masterworks in a bubbly BYOB environment. In the two- or three-hour courses, experienced brush jockeys offer pro tips and allow for personal tastes, so painting pupils may hone skills on a predetermined project and choose the colors and angst levels appropriate for their home décor. The adult courses present singular scenes such as a contemplative cityscape (June 24) or tropical sunset (June 28), and every Kids Camp course offers multiple daily projects for young Dalis to choose from. The Mommy & Me classes place parent and child on the same canvas, where they forge a symbol of their filial bonds to inspire diminutive daubers now and mortify them in the future. Course fees cover all materials, including the beauty-grasping canvas (16" x 20" unless noted), acrylic paint, brushes, easels, aprons, and tubes of je ne sais quoi.
Picasso's Corner's imaginative artists offer step-by-step instruction to guide students of all skill levels as they craft 16"x20" paintings. Classes, running either two hours Tuesday-Wednesday or three hours Thursday-Saturday, are scheduled at 7 p.m. and include all necessary materials such as acrylic paint, brushes, high-powered paintball guns, easels, aprons, and canvases. At the studio only, patrons may use provided bottle openers and cups during class to enjoy self-supplied beer, wine, and snacks. The studio's three-hour open-studio sessions offer a more independent painting session devoid of step-by-step instruction and performance-enhancing hugs.
8650 Main St.
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