During this very special paint event, we’ll be painting our own holiday mugs, which you can give as a gift or keep for yourself. It’s the perfect way to surprise someone you love (or yourself) with a hand-made gift. These mugs will be food, drink and dishwasher safe.
The ticket price includes the materials fee for 1 mug, however, if you would like to paint a 2nd mug, a $10 materials fee can be paid directly to the instructor upon arrival. The picture shown is an example for representational purposes. Your mug may look different; you are encouraged to exercise creativity.
As with our traditional paint nights, snacks will be provided during our leg-stretching break. And you are welcome to bring your own snacks and drinks, including hot toddies or Irish coffee.
Mugs will need to be fired at another location and can be picked up at the Art Loft the week of December 10th.
Reserve your spot by selecting a ticket to the left. We will need a minimum of 6 registrations to hold the class.
Note: our Friday Paint Night originally scheduled for Nov. 30 has been changed to this special Paint Afternoon.
About your instructor:
Randy Fein is an accomplished artist working in clay and mixed media and maintains a studio in Camden. She paints on a variety of materials creating unique sculpture and painted murals. Randy is a seasoned workshop leader in all media inspiring creativity with students of all ages and skill levels.
Randy Fein’s artwork is held in both private and public collections in the USA and Canada. Over the past 30 years, she has created more than 25 large public art installations in mixed media and clay relief tile.
A short list of her public art locations includes: Maine Medical Center in Portland; Gorham Maine’s Middle School, the University of Southern Maine in Portland; Castleton State College in Vermont, and Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor where her 30-foot ceramic relief features a whimsical interpretation of fish of the Gulf of Maine.
Randy is a well-seasoned workshop leader. She has years of experience conducting programs with school-age children to adults. Her students work with a variety of materials to design and install collaborative mixed media murals. Randy has mentored thousands of students to create more than 250 permanent murals throughout New England.
Visit her site to learn more about Randy www.randyfein .com