BYOB Art Studio Class

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ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

To create a fun and happy art experience — and colorful, unique work of art — you need simply to began with basic art principles and an experienced teacher to guide you (and perhaps a little bit of wine!) Robert will lead you step by step through your painting and you leave with a work of art. No experience necessary, just bring your imagination and your bottle of adult beverage.

We have all the art supplies you’ll need, plus we have snacks, and art available for purchase. Everyone leaves with something different – customize your painting so you will love what you take home.

Relax and leave the work to us!

What to Bring

Your Imagination and BYOB if needed

Minimum age

All ages welcome

What's Provided

All acrylic paint supplies, aprons, snacks, and a take-home 11"x14" canvas

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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST

Artistic talent runs in his family- Robert is the youngest of four brothers, all of whom were introduced to art by their mother who painted with oils.

Robert attended Central High School, which along with offering a diverse art program, was a part of Flint, Michigan's cultural center, the Flint Art Institute.

After High School Robert airbrushed in locations like Panama City Beach, Florida, Clearwater Beach, Florida, and New Orleans, all alongside his brother.

Robert and his wife Angie, moved to Springfield, Missouri and began offering custom airbrush at a local mall. After 5 years, they opened their own store "Air Wear"

During that time Robert expanded to mural work, painting up to 150 murals- the majority being in schools. In 2001, Robert and Angie relocated to the Sequatchie Valley in Tennessee, built a studio at the old Litton Mill site and began working under the name "Old Mill Mural".

In July of 2012 , Robert changed his focus from custom work to a more personal expression.

He signaled this new direction by embracing his given name of Robert in this encore period of this artist life, and making the move to Cincinnati, Ohio to pursue this new vision. "Robert McFate Studio"

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Kara L.
    Reviewed on 10/09/15

    So much fun!

    So much fun!

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    Kari W.
    Reviewed on 10/08/15

    Such a fun class! When Robert showed us the painting we were all going to paint, we laughed - thinking "there's no way we'll be able to paint that!" Fast forward 90 minutes and we all had an amazing painting to be proud of. Great teacher... I can't wait for the next class!

    Such a fun class! When Robert showed us the painting we were all going to paint, we laughed - thinking "there's no way we'll be able to paint that!" Fast forward 90 minutes and we all had an amazing painting to be proud of. Great teacher... I can't wait for the next class!

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