Paint Your Pet with Art of Spanjer and enjoy Italian and Spanish Wines

Saturday, July 27, 2019 from 4PM – 8PM

YOUR PET, YOUR ART!
No Painting Experience Necessary

Send us a picture of your pet and enjoy a night of bold, pop art painting with Pursell Farms artists Tim & Vaughan Spanjer. Cameron Hayes will be on hand featuring a selection of Italian and Spanish wines, plus canapés created by Executive Chef Andrea Griffith. In this Pop Art class, guests will be able to paint their pets, homes or any other significant subject to cherish forever. Pre-drawn and blank canvas will be available along with your choice of colors to make this master-copy painting your own! Art of Spanjer paintings will also be set up in a gallery for this event. For more information on the original pop art of Art of Spanjer, Click Here. Join us for this one-of-a-kind Paint and Wine Event at Hamilton Place at Pursell Farms!

Two Package Options to Choose From

Paint Your Pop Art Pet – Overnight Package
$377 Per Couple Plus Tax and Gratuity
This Option Include

  • The Paint Your Pop Art Pet event (for 2 people) from 4PM – 8PM
    • Send us a picture for each of the pets that you would like to paint!
  • Deluxe overnight accommodations in the Inn
  • Italian and Spanish of wines at the event
  • A High Quality 24″ x 24″ canvas, brushes and paint
  • Assorted Canapés by Executive Chef Andrea Griffith

Paint Your Pop Art Pet – Evening Package
$99 Per Person Plus Tax and Gratuity
This Option Includes:

  • The Paint Your Pop Art Pet event (for 1 person)
    • Send us a picture for each of the pets that you would like to paint!
  • Italian and Spanish of wines at the event
  • A High Quality 24″ x 24″ canvas, brushes and paint
  • Assorted Canapés by Executive Chef Andrea Griffith

Reserve Your Experience

(256) 208-7600
ask@pursellfarms.com
Space is limited for this event. Call now!

*Prices above do not included tax and fees. There are a limited number of spaces available. 

Tim Spanjer

Fine Art Done Boldly is Tim’s artistic mantra, and it materializes in three dramatic genres. His large format, Pop Art-styled paintings provoked through wry humor and vivid images, large biscuit-joined pine wood cutouts of pulp commercial subjects and unique “Cerealism” mosaic—images formed with intricately cut slices of cereal boxes—are astonishing in their complexity and beauty. Tim lives with his wife and fellow artist Vaughan Pursell Spanjer on the farm.

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