Booooo... Halloween is here! We dare you to join us!
Come out and enjoy a fun time with old friends and new friends while you paint something "Ghoul"!
Featured painting for this event. "Spooky"
Wear your favorite costume too! (encouraged)
Your professional artist will use step-by-step instruction for your painting success. We will supply all of the art materials that you'll need and all you have to do is show up and have fun!
Our paint-time hours are 3:00pm to 6:00pm, so get here a little early and get your seat.
It is BYOB, but we will supply light snacks for your enjoyment.
Don't miss out on all of the fun. We also play games to win prizes too!
We promise to show you a great time and best of all you will go home with your very own masterpiece, ready to hang on the wall.
Ages 10 and up. No toddlers please. There will be a $20.00 sitting fee for those guests who will not paint. NO PAINTING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Walkins painters who come with a registered painter are okay if space permits. We can take your payment at the door..... so come early.
When & Where
Paint Hive Studio - Latonja, Queen Bee Artist
"My Artwork does not describe any one particular style, but rather my sense-ual attraction to concept with beauty, color, and texture. My art portfolio exhibits energetic, passionate translations of my individuality, spontaneity and insanely creative ideas. It is like a journey - enjoy the ride.”
Latonja Davis-Benson considers herself to be a mixed media, multi-process artist, making art that convinces her viewers that the art comes from her soul and her material. Continued creative curiosity focused her attention on nature and its effortless waste as a prudent catalyst in fine art. Keeping our worldly recycling and reclamation effort in the forefront, Latonja understands the sensitivities of our culture and uses that knowledge to create visual, tactile and thought-provoking art with many re-purposed materials to introduce a new dimension in her art making. Her style includes realistic drawing, figurative-abstract painting, and abstract combine assemblage paintings. Her realistic work finds pure detail of every inherent quality of her subject matter while using graphite and charcoal; her figurative-abstract creates a connection with representational painting and innovative distortions of color, shape and line; and her abstract combine paintings relies on the inclusion of many non-art intended items that add conceptual twists throughout the work.
Latonja is a planner in many areas of her life, but in her art, she is driven by emotion and vision while often times taking risks. Once she has decided on a material of choice, Latonja is known to allow a natural spontaneous revelation that the material has to offer, as each piece progresses to its finish. While working with oil, acrylic, pastel, wax, dye, latex, pencil and/or found materials, she realizes that her mission was not only to produce unique art, but also to advocate and re-validate the discards of our environment into a greater purpose – art.
Latonja’s ceaseless motivation to create visually inviting works on panels, paper, and canvas dares to be overlooked.