Frequently Asked Questions:
Paint Night FAQs
Q. What are your hours?
A. By appointment only. We work out of our home so please contact us for item pick up or Paint Night event scheduling.
Q. Do you have a studio for Paint Night events?
A. No. We are mobile and online only. We work with venues to help bring in extra business for our local economy as well as Non Profit locations or private homes. If you have a venue you like feel free to let us know.
Q. Where do you do your events?
A. We work with several Vermont venues in Addison, Chittenden and Rutland Counties. We also do in home private parties, work place events, private clubs and more. If you can seat them, we can be there.
Q. How much do you charge?
A. We charge $25.00 per person for an event. with a 10 person minimum. That includes all painting materials to use during the event. Each person takes home a finished project. (Not the painting materials).
Q. How does a fundraiser work?
A. Paint N Sip Fundraisers are a great way to earn money for your cause. They are fun and hassle free. We bring the event to you. You find a location, promote and pre-sell tickets to your event, we do an original and all the set up for painting. Find more details check out our Paint N Sip page.
Original Art Work FAQs
Q. Do you do custom orders.
A. Yes. I do custom designs for Paint Night parties as well as custom orders for paintings and resin designs.
Q. What do you charge for your paintings?
A. My prices are based on time and materials. Depending on the amount of detail involved, and material cost, that would dictate the price.
Epoxy Resin FAQs
Q. What is epoxy resin and how does it combine with your art?
A. Epoxy resin is a clear 2 part formula that is mixed and poured. It is used to clear coat counter tops, deep pour river tables, make 3D sculptures and more. I use epoxy resin in many ways. Creating layered detail in my paintings such as waves on an ocean scene or layers of water in a river bed table. Also I use it to add a high gloss finish to lazy Susan., charcuterie boards and paintings.
Technically epoxy is a resin. However, there are three different resins commonly deployed in DIY projects: epoxy resin, casting resin, and polyester resin, each with unique properties. Epoxy resin. What is it and why is it so amazing in creating art?
In my opinion there is no limit to what you can create. The finish is stunning and truly brings your piece to life. The depth you can achieve in color and layering is incredibly satisfying to the eye.
The combinations of paint, powders, inks, and much more can be applied to epoxy resin art.