Painted Board Studio – (219) 238-6420

Hours: Thur-Sat 12pm-6pm and by appointment

SUPPORT the HUMANE SOCIETY OF NWI

   Tickets: Paint Your Pet - Pop Art Style

April 19thth, 6:30 PM – 9:30PM
Painted Board Studio, 621 S Lake St, Gary, IN 219-238-6420

Tickets $35  
40% of ticket sales benefit the Humane Society of NWI

              

PAINT YOUR PET – POP ART STYLE!
Listen to music.  Bring your favorite beverage.  Enjoy light appetizers.

Order a FREE Custom Stencil of your PET to help guide you in your 12×12 canvas pop art painting.

April 13th deadline – Purchase ticket to receive your stencil
April 16th deadline – Email a photo of your pet to jen@paintedboardstudio.com  to receive your pet’s stencil in time for the party!

No Pet?  No worries!  Just come paint freehand or with our extra stencils!

No experience necessary.  Laughter required!

                         custom painted furniture,  Art parties and MORE…
                                                  Private ART Parties Kids and Adults

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Painted Furniture                     Private Art Parties                               Art

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 Pet Portraits                           Murals                                    Wallpaper

Hello and Welcome! Painted Board Studio is located in beautiful Miller Beach at 621 S Lake St, Gary, IN.  Though my focus is mainly on Custom Painted Furniture and Art Parties, I also offer Pet Portrait Prints, Self-Stick Wall Art and Murals for home, schools and business.  Self-taught, my work is filled with color and leans toward outsider expressionism. Stop by! (There’s usually a pot of coffee on)

 All images are copyrighted and owned by the artist. Use of images for resale or business is strictly prohibited by copyright law. Please contact me if you are interested in licensing.

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