I had the opportunity to paint with a talented group of ladies who got together to celebrate their friend’s 40th birthday. It was a surprise, might I add! Check out all the varations of roses and flowers that were created below. Happy Birthday Chanie!
We had our Sushi & Paint event last night at Meshuga 4 Sushi. We don’t often do public events, but when we do, we like to do them at local Kosher restaurants here in LA. It was so nice to see so many women from different backgrounds come together to paint the #GlitteryHamsa. What always amazes me is the artistic variations that are created- all copied from one original painting. I appreciate and encourage creativity,and you can tell from the photos below that there was lots of talent that took over that party room! Hope to do this again real soon!
I had the opportunity to paint with a group of ladies who met up at this paint party to discuss an upcoming trip to Israel that they are all planning on going on this fall. What a more apropos way to prepare than by painting the Israeli flag! The glitter lends itself to creating unique and individual designs and beautiful pieces were created. Happy travels, ladies! And enjoy every minute 🇮🇱
Doing this paint party took me back to two years ago, where it all began. I did my first official paint party right here in Poway and how grateful I am for the path it led me to, and continues to lead me. The painters who attended were young girls with unbelievable talent, and they all created beautiful masterpieces!
Cheers to creative license and thinking outside of the box! I always encourage different at my paint party events, and I’m always blown away at the art that’s created. Last week, I had the opportunity to paint with incoming freshmen of YULA Girls’ HS, along with their moms. Take a peek at the photos below to see some through-the-roof talent and creativity.