What Fun Virtual Activity Makes You the GOAT
and Your Team Happy?

A paint party of course! A virtual paint and sip party is the ultimate, hands-on, super fun virtual activity!  When you work with us, no one has to draw, just PAINT!  If you’ve been to an IN-PERSON paint and sip, you will love this even more.

Why? Because our multiple camera angles allow you to see you things you can’t see from 6 feet or more! Brush strokes, color mixing  and technique are so fun to learn. Don’t worry about your techies, mathematicians or doctors, they can ALL paint, they just don’t know it yet.

With minimal effort on your part, you can give your team a cool gift that comes complete with built-in relaxation, interaction, “unplugged” time and of course a wonderful stretch for their creative muscles.
 
FUN? Why is this virtual activity fun? 
 
Let’s start with trivia! 
Customized trivia is one way that we make our virtual experience fun. 
 
Then there’s the paint. 

The act of interacting with paint is a child-like experience, taking each team member back to probably the first time they ever interacted with color.  

The creativity…

In some job roles its difficult to find a way to express creativity. When people paint they sharpen the mind through conceptual visualization and implementation, plus, as an added bonus, it boosts memory skills!  So their brains are having fun too!

Multiple camera angles
Worth re-mentioning! Because of our multiple camera angles, there’s the chance for lots of interaction between the instructor and your guests and they don’t miss a thing brush stroke.

And I mentioned something about minimal effort.  
Once you select your image, supply your guest list and share our Zoom link, you’re done, literally 1-2-3.  We ship a complete virtual paint kit to your guests and we stay in touch until show time.

It’s super fun, honest!  Do yourself a favor and check out the rave reviews for Art Studio 928!
Cheryl Vargas

Cheryl Vargas

Cheryl Vargas, is an event planner, graphic designer and artist. She is owner and Creative in Chief at Art Studio 928 in La Grange, IL.

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