About Us

About us

A little about us... we are a newly established art events company motivated to make arts and crafts accessible to all ages and all abilities.

Our aim... is to reach out to those who fancy doing something fun and creative in their free time...
reach out to businesses to get people painting as a form of mindfulness or team building...
and reach out to parents and carers who would like their children to get creative over half terms and summer holidays...

Our event format... is simple, for our private and scheduled events we set up each individual with their own easel, paints and other art materials so they can follow a guided, fun and engaging art demonstration (all materials are provided - refreshments, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic are available on request). 

The best thing is - no experience needed..
"Paint Arty Events is a fantastic way to spend an evening doing something a little bit different. The hosts have a great chemistry, they make you feel very welcome and at ease whatever your painting experience. Please give this a go! You won't be disappointed! 5*" - 13.07.17

"First time I have ever painted something since school. Never thought I could actually make something that I would like in just the one session, but I did. Great event, lots of fun, would recommend to others if you ever want to inspire your creative side, or just have a few drinks and laughs with your friends!!!!" - 13.07.17

"I had a really enjoyable evening with Paint Arty Events, it was great fun and something different to do with friends. The demonstrator was brilliant, she provided us all with step by step guidance on how to create a painting, whilst at the same time giving us plenty of freedom to experiment and try our own ideas. Would definitely recommend you give it a go!" - 13.07.17

"We had a wonderful time at our first Paint Arty Event. Karina is an engaging teacher who taught us multiple techniques in a fun and relaxing environment. Even if you've never held a paintbrush before, you won't regret giving it a go and you'll leave hoping to be the next Van Gogh." - 13.07.17
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