Coffee Painting, and Eats!
Arts & DIY
Coffee is not only for drinking- It works much like sepia ink and can be used to create beautiful images on watercolor paper. Yay, coffee!
During our fun and informative workshop, you'll soon be sketching the scenery, your neighbor across the table, even your coffee cup! Materials for painting will be provided- just bring your coffee money, and leave room for food!
Materials for coffee sketching will be provided. Food and beverage will be for purchase (the cafe has a wonderful menu.)
Bring your favorite drawing implement, or just your creative appetite!
Register here or in-person at Towbar! (Pre-registration is encouraged: $20 ahead online / in-person advanced registration)
Nothing, unless you have a favorite watercolor block or sketchbook, or drawing implement.
All ages welcome
I will provide coffee for painting (made from the cafe's own espresso), brushes, watercolor paper and pencils.Cancellation Policy
Laura Mae Noble is a multimedia artist and creative facilitator with a BFA from RISD, world travel, and a zest for life that brings richness and joy to all her endeavors. She teaches at SAIC (through Continuing Studies), Evanston Art Center, and gives private and small group lessons in Painting, Drawing, Terrariums, Fashion Illustration, and Mindfulness for Creatives. Her paintings and design have been displayed in NYC, Rome, Italy, Vermont, Chicago, and other fancy places, and her accessories can be seen occasionally adorning the wardrobes of fancy people. Simply put, she fancies the goodness at the source of everything. Laura Mae says: "It's an interesting story. Take a workshop, and ask me about it. Boom!"