- Full Name: Ocean Art Studio / Daina Deblette
- Location: 19A-315 Upper Ganges Road
- Phone: 902.717.4246
- Expires: 19 days
Celebrate the important men in your life with this Special for Father’s Day!
Daughters, Sons, Grandchildren, Parents, Grandparents… Gather generations together to play together. Treat Dads and families to a fun 3 hour painting session, where you can all laugh and be creative together. Create special memories that will last lifetimes. This workshop is open to all creative ages.
June 16th afternoon session: 2pm-5pm
Tuition special for this weekend: $65 per person (regular $75/person)
Includes 3 hours of instruction plus refreshments
This is a classy twist on the popular “paint night” events offered throughout North America. At Ocean Art Studio you will feel relaxed among a small group in a safe, supportive environment, and enjoy painting a beautiful beach grass scene based on one of Daina’s original paintings.
** Register through Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mothers-day-special-paint-day-workshop-wildflower-beach-tickets-55010097683 OR by bank e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org to avoid fees **
If paying by e-transfer please Contact Daina first to ensure availability as workshops fill up quickly.
Set in the former radio station, you’ll feel instantly relaxed in this brightly transformed, well-ventilated, open “beach house” space. You will be guided step-by-step by Daina using quality acrylic paints on stretched canvas, where you will create your own finished painting. You will be painting on an 11×14″ canvas provided.
This workshop is open to all creative levels, but is especially beneficial for boosting beginner’s confidence. Visit the Eventbright page to see the incredible paintings created by people with little to no prior experience. Imagine… There is no better time to open the door and let your creativity shine through!
“I recently participated in one of Daina’s Paint Nights as part of a group of friends. Daina was an excellent teacher who patiently walked our group through the steps required to recreate one of her gorgeous paintings. No one in our group had any experience in painting. However, Daina created a safe space where we all felt encouraged to try. She is an excellent teacher, painter and host. I highly recommend attending one of her Paint Nights!” – Laura Upton
Ocean Art Studio is located a minute past Moby’s Pub towards the north end of Ganges.
“Merchants’ Mews, Artists Galleries & Studios” 19A-315 Upper Ganges Road, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia V8K 1R7
See you at the Studio!
**Book a Private Party! Choose either Saturday, May 11th or Sunday, May 12th morning sessions: 9am-12 noon ** Contact Daina to reserve your spot! Choose from either the Saturday afternoon session offered here, or if you have a larger group, book the whole studio for a private 3-hour morning session!
Private groups for 7-10 people is $65/person when you gather everyone to pre-register via e-transfer. Public Paint & Wine Nights are $75/person.
Contact the Studio to book your party: email@example.com / 902.717.4246
Visit http://oceanartstudio.eventbrite.com to see upcoming Art Workshops and Paint & Wine Nights being offered at the Studio. New events are added often!
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