Canvas, Paint and Wine, Oh My!
-Make your life more colorful.
Upcoming Step-by-step Class:
Maximum of 10 people
Sunday, July 14th
Class time: 10:00 am-1:00 pm
Class Location: San Clemente, CA
(see below for more details)
About this Class
If your looking for a beginner-friendly painting class, this class is for you. We will be painting each step of this painting together, one step at a time, while overlooking the ocean!
No Painting skills needed! Step-by-step instruction and demonstration allow you to create a beautiful painting you will be proud to take home.
All art supplies and use of aprons and easels are included.
This is an Adult Painting Class. No children, infants or pets. Only registered attendees may attend. Even though this class is held at the beach it is still a class so please be considerate of others' time and arrive on time.
Classes taught step by step by artist & owner, Sarah McCourt.
Map and Parking
We will meet by the pier in San Clemente. There are several parking spaces available as well as street parking. Please arrive early to allow time to park and walk to our location.
All information will also be emailed to each registrant.
Where to Meet
We will be painting on the beach in San Clemente.
It should be easy to find but if you need help finding the area you are welcome to call or text Sarah 714.351.3323 when you arrive.
July 14th- Outdoor Painting Class
Learn to paint this wave painting step-by-step.
To Register for this class, click on the "Buy This" button below.
What to Bring
All painting supplies are provided. We will be outside on the beach so it is recommended to dress in layers. In the morning it can be quite chilly and as the day progresses it can get quite warm. Wearing a hat is always a good idea to keep the sun out of your eyes. There are nearby restrooms and water fountains, however, if you prefer to bring snacks and non-alcoholic beverages that is fine. Sunblock is also recommended.
No Painting Skills Needed!
Guided Instruction Given
Step-by-step Painting Class: Beach Waves
Learn this painting - Sunday, July 14th