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An art party with a Polynesian twist - table easels and paint, inspiration from a Master – this has your name on it. You will apply the techniques of impressionist art legend Paul Gauguin, who painted Tahitian life, and use color and exaggeration expressively. This will be a fun party where you can expand your painting talents or try them for the first time - beginners are welcome. 

Tropical punch is included in the cost (you can bring your own adult beverages) followed by an art class where you will hear tales about the featured artist - his time spent with Van Gogh, his mistresses, his journeys. 

The atmosphere is relaxed and fun. All materials are provided including aprons – and you will leave with your own 16” x 20” acrylic painting of a colorful thatched hut under palm trees, ready to hang. 

$30 cash or check at the door. 

 Jackie Freeman, MA, BFA holds university degrees in fine arts (painting) and adult education.  Her art parties are held at venues of all kinds. Supplies are provided!

It's fun and easy. Right away you'll be painting in the style of famous masters like Picasso or Van Gogh. You'll take home a finished canvas with techniques you'd see in London's Tate Gallery or the Louvre in Paris, a collage, or painted wineglasses perhaps. 

Parties are held in community rooms, bars, rec centers, tasting rooms, college classrooms, private homes, senior centers, and outdoors. 

You may hear funny, surprising, startlng - perhaps touching - tales of how the artists struggled to become famous; their eccentricities, obsessions, and superstitions. Jackie researches international publications and follows art reviews to learn little-known fascinating details about the artists' lives.      

It's a laid-back scene. People come for "the experience," to paint museum works with like-minded others and channel the Great Masters.

The painting steps are planned with you in mind. Everything you need to complete your personal masterpiece is waiting for you, apron included.



“Ah, good taste! What a dreadful thing! 
Taste is the enemy of creativeness.” 
 ― Pablo Picasso