Get Creative at the Paint Station

. March 3, 2014.
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If you are looking for a creative way to beat the winter blues, look no further than the Paint Station. They offer step-by-step painting classes that cater to artists of all abilities, no experience required. The Paint Station, owned by Kendra Wilkins and Catrina Vaughn, opened its doors September 6 of last year as a fun place for relaxation and artistic expression.

Kendra explains what visitors can expect during a session, “Our instructional artist will walk you through the completion of a painting and provide step-by-step guidance in a fun and entertaining atmosphere during two or three-hour art sessions. At the end of each session, you will walk away with your own special artwork that you can display at your home or workplace, creating memories that will last a lifetime.”

Visitors can sign up for classes on the website, and can even rent the facility for a private paint party. It’s an ideal place for bachelorette parties, corporate events, and family reunions.

Kendra shares, “It is our desire that all customers walk away with an unforgettable experience. We want them to feel a sense of accomplishment, that they too, can be an artist.” Visitors can choose from a number of paintings, all of which appeal to a variety of age groups and artistic levels. The Paint Station’s classes are designed for ages seven and over, making for a great family day activity.

Ann Arbor is the perfect home for the Paint Station, according to Kendra. “As educators in the community, we agreed that the Paint Station would be a great fit within the rich culture of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County.” All artists are professionally trained and  passionate about sharing their love of art with the community.

For more information, and to sign up for classes, visit the Paint Station’s website at paintstationart.com. The Paint Station, 3227 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor.