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AUDREY at Tiffany’s Paint and Sip
Not an artist? Not a problem! Our stencil based approach maximises your fun!
Our huge venue and limited class numbers means that you get an entire trestle table to yourself. Combined with gloves, disposable cups and paint pallets this means you can maintain social distance within our classes. Your health is paramount to us.
Join us for to PAINTAudrey whilst you SIPthrough an enjoyable evening!
Don’t stress, stencils and street art techniques ensure great results.
Your ticket includes;
* FREE glass of bubbles on arrival then BYO
* LARGER double thick canvas
* GUIDANCE from our artist and street art techniques ensure great results
* MATERIALS including acrylic paints, spray paints and stencils
* LARGE ARTWORK to take home
This is a perfect chance to try something new so gather your creative friends for a fun night out!
You’ll be bringing home an original one off original stencil image, painted by you on a quality 600x760mm double thick canvas in colours of your choosing.
We will paint an interesting background in your choice of colours then spray on the lovely Audrey at Tiffanys.
To us, Audrey endures as a timeless icon of grace. Probably best known for ‘Breakfast at Tiffanys’ [in a role originally written for Marilyn Monroe] Audrey Hepburn went on to receive a Presidential Medal for her tireless humanitarian work for UNICEF.
Please arrive by 2.00pm, handover your BYO downstairs at the Montague Hotel to enjoy your complimentary glass of sparkling at the bar. Your art session will start at 2.30pm.Montana Art ProjectLevel 1, 363 Montague Road
West End, QLD 4101
Drinks & Nibbles
Free glass of Bubbles on arrival.
BYO wine, beer and soft drinks.
Finger food can be ordered up from the Montague Hotel kitchen.
No experience required
One of our artists will guide you with easy to follow instructions, allowing plenty of scope for your personalised touches.
Where to go?
The event will occur at our gorgeous venue, level 1, upstairs from the Montague Hotel, 363 Montague Road, West End 4101