Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Holiday Happenings and December Schedule Updates


Holiday Paint and Sip for Adults
 Friday December 13
 6:30 pm - 9 pm

no artistic experience needed!  We provide all materials, paints, canvases and step-by-step instruction.  A great way to have some fun with paint!
tickets available at paintandsip.blogspot.com


Holiday Paint and Sip Just for Kids
Sunday December 15
 2 pm - 4 pm

We have a special paint and sip just for kids from 9 - 12 years old. We provide all instruction, materials, and a mug of hot cocoa.  Gift wrapping available. A fun way for kids to be artsy!
more info and tickets at paintandsip.blogspot.com


2nd Saturday in the Triangle District---this Saturday!!
check out how we do 2nd Saturday here at Patris Studio and Art Gallery and make us part of your winter art walk this Saturday
3 pm - 6 pm 
long pose session with clothed model.  All skill levels and ages are invited to paint, draw, sculpt or just observe the creative process.   no charge, donations accepted.


 

6:30 pm - 10 pm (or longer) art reception and live music jam session led by John Gruber and Friendsenjoy an evening of live music,  fine art by several top artists in the area, some refreshments, and creative vibe

 

Annual Holiday Party
Monday Dec. 16
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

click here for your invitation and come celebrate the holiday season with us!


 Holiday schedule updates:
Wednesday morning Urban Landscape Club will meet this Wednesday at Patris Studio--still life painting, finish some artwork---whatever your artist self is choosing--we'll be warm and cozy inside.  All welcome to join us. $10 work for as long as you'd like in the studio.  Coffee, tea, cookies and hot soup provided.

  • Monday morning Figure Drawing will follow regular schedule
  • NO sessions or classes 12/24 or 12/31
  • Pop up Fridays all regular sessions except

12/27  Pop Up Friday--open studio session only--bring art supplies, set up a still life, work on a painting, etc.  We'll have hot coffee, munchies, music
 

check with individual teachers about their holiday schedules if unsure about weekly class sessions

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