Paint & Sip your way Into the Woods with Arthur Zorn

Show Overview

He's back!  You asked for it and you got it!

Arthur Zorn is returning to Sip and Paint your way "INTO THE WOODS"

LNT hosting a fun filled evening teaching you to create your personal fantasy forest on canvas.  

Creative painting techniques, wine, food, fun will be mixed for a pallet of painting pleasures.
Uncork Your Creativity! Stretch your visual artistic muscles in a relaxed atmosphere, with an artistic focus inspired by LNT’s upcoming production of Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Winning musical Into the Woods.

Brushes, paints, canvas provided. You just bring your enthusiasm! For 21+. 


$25 all inclusive in advance; $30 at the door. 

with special assistance from The Drawing Board

Saturday, May 20. 7:30pm.
$25 in advance / $30 at the door

 

Production Team

Workshop Leader: Arthur Zorn

Stage Management & Coordination: Laura Gist 

Event Original Conception: Melissa Troxler

Scoop Info

Arthur's first "Paint & Sip" with LNT was such a hit, with participants asking for more, we're back to do it again! 

This time, Arthur is inspired by the fantastical fairytale world of Stephen Sondhiem's Into The Woods (which plays Thu-Sun, June 1-18)
The Lobby of LNT will be transformed into a paint studio for this event!
 
Delicious treats, coffee from Captiol Grounds and tasty adult beverages are included with your ticket.

Buzz Info

an abstract impressionist visual artist,  Arthur premiere art show, Improvisations, opened in July of 2004 at the Bundy Gallery in Waitsfield VT.  He has over seventy pieces of his art work on long term loan to the State of Vermont.  Arthur has given art shows in many venues.  Currently his abstract artwork has received critical and commercial success, and is part of many gallery shows and in private collections across the country. His web site is www.artzorn.com.

Media Info

Arthur Zorn instructs on some of the finer points of abstract painting at his last Paint & Sip workshop with LNT!

artist arthur zorn, in paint splattered pants and long apron, stands in front of a huge easel with primed canvas on it, is on LNTs stage explaining techniques to a roomful of students, at tarp covered tables, with mini canvases

check out the sneak peek video:

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