Big Messy Painting

This is a live in person event taking place in our back parking lot.  Each student will have a table and easel to themselves spread at least 8 feet apart from their closest neighbor.  Everyone will have their own set of tools and supplies.  The communtal table of paints to select from have all been sanitized.  Gloves will be provided and you will be required to wear a mask.  BYO shade tent if you have it.  We will have a few set up and will borrow as many as we can to provide adquate shade for all students.  A sack lunch from Panera will be ordered and included in the price of your workshop.

What a joy it will be to be together painting again!

Your setup will include the use of a standing easel and a 24x36, 24x48 or 36x36 canvas to paint on.  Upgrades to 36x48 will be available if you want to go really big!

We will be using acrylic paints of various varieties.  All will be included in your registraiton fee but feel free to bring anything along you want to use.  We will provide all the tools and supplies you need to get a great start on your painting.  You will leave the session with a painting ready to hang OR continue to work on with your own supplies at home. 

Our store is stocked with supplies to purchase for your continued work.

Event Date Event End Date Price Register
9:00am (PST) on Oct, 25th 3:00pm (PST) on Oct, 25th $180.00

Instructor Info

Andrea Chebeleu

Andrea Chebeleu is the artist and entrepreneur behind A Work of Heart Studio.  A creative innovator from a very young age, Andrea enjoys a challenge and most of all figuring out how to make art with what’s on hand.  As an art instructor, her greatest joy comes from leading students through a process that, on the surface, looks complex but is achieved in simple steps.  Andrea's students appreciate her knowledge of materials, techniques and "try it and see what happens" attitude.  Creativity comes from trying and retrying.  Andrea takes the fear of trying in her approach of "first, not only."  While it may be the first time you’ve tried this, it’s not your only time.  Students are empowered to freely and playfully experiment without expectations.