Sip ‘n Paint with Mary Sexton

May 18 sip n paint subject – tulips and frogs in time for Jumping Frog time at the Fair the weekend of May 17-20.  Why not try your hand and get a leg up in painting this May foothill scene?
Sip ‘n Paint  Classes with Mary Sexton  every third Friday of the month!

Sip ‘n Paint Friday May 18, 2018

6-9:30 PM  Mary Sexton art class

It’s not really a class, but a relaxing journey and exploration, and fun with paint.

April was a floral design to celebrate the arrival of spring!

March topic was Bunnies! Adorable.


February Topic was: Mouth-watering beauty

Sip n Paint with Mary Sexton and Whim Paint Parties
Whim Paint Parties presents:
Sip ‘n Paint
Friday, March 16, 2018 –  6-9:30 pm
Manzanita Arts Emporium Gallery
1211 S. Main St., Suite 110, Angels Camp, CA – 95222 – (209) 728-6171
$45. includes all paint supplies and wine is complimentary. Limited enrollment so sign up now.  For reservations contact or call 209-770-5818 or Manzanita Arts Emporium Gallery at 209-728-6171
Leave your Stress at the Door, Relax and Have Fun! Benefits of Paint Parties:
Painting uses both the left and right side of the brain. It uses your creative and emotional side, as well as you rational and logical thinking.
Even in a group setting, painting is a solo activity that allows you to focus on the task at hand, leaving your worries behind, as the stress begins to melt away.
Paint Parties boost your self-confidence.  In a non-competitive atmosphere everyone is treated equally regardless of their abilities.

Learning how to handle a paintbrush helps to strengthen fine motor skills and hand eye coordination.
Painting sparks creativity and makes good use of the imagination. Each painting becomes as unique as it’s painter.
At Paint Parties whether, Coffee n Canvas or Sip n Paint, there is always opportunity to laugh, socialize, and make some fun-filled memories. $45.00 per person – all materials provided including canvas, paints, and brushes – wine is complimentary
February Topic: Mouth-watering beauty



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