Barn Quilt Monday, October 22nd
Monday, October 22nd
a pallet painting party
at the Art Defined studio
306B E Simmons St Galesburg
Although barn quilts have been around for hundreds of years, they really have only been made popular since 2001 when an Ohio woman, Donna Sue, started the trend of transferring quilt square patterns on to large pieces of plywood to serve as barn decoration. Attracting the eye of tourists, barn quilts also pull together communities, as they can been seen displayed throughout many states, creating a trail of exterior art.
While we won't be painting barn size paintings, we will be painting this impressive 30" square pallet! Join us, as we use this pattern template. Have a different color palette in mind? You bet! Come prepared with 5 colors or shades in mind.
COLOR PALETTE: Use any FIVE colors or shades of color you wish.
Please arrive approximately 30 minutes early. This will allow you to get settled, reserve your easel, and get ready to paint! We strive to start on time & appreciate your cooperation.
Please review our cancellation policy HERE.