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Paint Until You Faint
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Is that +David Hasselhoff making a guest appearance in the Kids Art Class? That is so awesome, it is #autoawesome  . No wait - it is #Hoffsome  
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Today we are featured on the front page of the Fort Bend Herald!
Paint Until You Faint is the main feature in the Fort Bend Herald Newspaper on Sunday March 17
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5503 Fm 359 Rd Richmond, TX 77406, United States
5503 Fm 359 RoadUSTexasRichmond77406
Art School, Event VenueToday 1:00 – 6:00 pm
Monday 1:00 – 6:00 pmTuesday 1:00 – 6:00 pmWednesday 1:00 – 6:00 pmThursday 1:00 – 6:00 pmFriday 1:00 – 6:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday Closed
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"Music is played throughout the night, and it is fun and upbeat."
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"They also gave us buckets of ice to chill wine bottles or beer."
"It's BYOB – so don't forget to bring your bottle of wine."
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Tia Mathis
a year ago
My girlfriends had been talking about Paint Until You Faint, so when they were talking about going again I made sure not to pass up an opportunity that involved painting AND drinking. We all looked at the calendar online, and chose the "Two Birds" class on 4/12. We could not have had more fun. We were fifteen minutes late, but the instructor was very sweet and caught us up quickly so we could enjoy the rest of the class. It’s BYOB – so don’t forget to bring your bottle of wine. And snacks too! They have all the plates, glasses, cutlery, etc. When you arrive, the outline is already on the painting. During class, every painting activity is guided - the instructor shows the class what paint to choose, how to mix, what brush to pick, and then we all followed along on our own canvas - no experience necessary. I loved looking around at everyone else's canvas and seeing how everyone interpreted the painting differently. Some had some wild colors!. My sister and I both ended up with great paintings we loved, and they were completely individual. It's a fun, laid-back atmosphere, nice upbeat music, great drinks (we brought them ourselves!) and with friendly staff - all in all, a unique, fun way to spend an evening.
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Sabrina Matthews
a year ago
I took my sister to Paint Until You Faint for her birthday recently, and we had loads of fun. Some classes (i.e., Van Gogh's Starry Night and their Religious themed Crosses) fill up quickly, so be prepared to check the online calendar regularly if you're looking to paint a specific painting. They send out a weekly update with the new paintings if you register on their website, which most of us are on. Just a couple of more things before I talk more about the actual class: this place is BYOB/Food. Also, it seems as if this place is oriented towards the female demographic--most class pictures on their facebook page and my class, too, were a majority of women. But, without intending to make any ignorant, broad stereotypes, maybe painting in a party-like atmosphere with your friends over wine and appetizers appeals more to women rather than men? I had fun anyway though...so... When you arrive, the outline is already on the canvas. I can’t tell you what a relief that is. For our class, there was a main instructor and an assistant. The instructor is on a podium, and she instructs you on what paints to use and how to apply them to the blank canvas, but she demonstrated it as well on her own canvas. The whole experience is very light-hearted – it is more entertainment than it is a class. The assistant instructor walks around, and refills your paints and answers any questions that we had. With all the painting and talking, the upbeat music in the back, and the wine flowing, it doesn't feel as though 3 hours has past. The night flew by. Yet, at the end of the session, what started out as a blank canvas becomes something that most people would say kind of looks like that painting they saw that one time by that artist whose name they can't quite readily remember in that museum they visited when they were on a vacation in that metropolitan city sometime last year.
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Sara Wise
a year ago
It is a welcoming environment for any age; I went for my sister in laws birthday party. It was a wine glass painting party (they also gave the option to paint a martini, margarita or beer glass for the non-wine drinkers) the staff ladies where very friendly & helpful. You can almost paint anything there. Was fun & would recommend :)
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Jessica Hightower
a year ago
The artist and assistant were both very welcoming and encouraging to myself and friends, as it was our first experience at this type of establishment. I had my doubts that my painting would look anything like the artist's (let's face it, she is a pro!), but in the end, I was very pleased with the turnout. The class was well-paced, fun, entertaining, and light-hearted! We could not have asked for a better first experience! Thanks ladies!!
Cindy Munoz
a year ago
I had an absolute blast with four of my girlfriends here. I have been to a painting classes before, so when arriving at Paint Until You Faint, the bar has been set pretty high. What you need to know: *It's BYOB. Bring your own wine, beer, bottles, juice, snacks, sweets --- anything goes. Get there early if you want to eat and drink before starting because you might not have too much time eating in between painting time. There were people rolling in cooler! On a full night there's limited space at the painting tables, so they have a bar area setup in the back for your food. People just bring their drink glasses to sip and paint while the foodstuff stays on the back counters. *You don't need to be an artist. The canvas is already outlined before you arrive, and that helps a lot with getting the composition correct. This is a big difference with the other Sip and Paints, and will get you a much better end result. You'll get plenty of instruction and have tons of fun! You'll probably be surprised by your masterpiece when it's all done. *Paint Until You Faint will provide everything you need for painting. They also provide disposable cutlery and plates, and wine glasses (real glass – not the plastic cups). They also gave us buckets of ice to chill wine bottles or beer. *Reserve your spots if you can. Classes can get full. The website specifies what is going to be painted that night so there are no surprises. If you are going with a group of friends, ask that they seat you across from one another. We were a group of four and sat side by side. It was cool because we got to see each other's paintings throughout the class, but I think I would've preferred to be across from each other because then I could've chatted more with all of the girls instead of just the ones right next to me. *This is a perfect place for girl's night - or even maybe date night? Music is played throughout the night, and it is fun and upbeat. Participating in a class at Paint Until You Faint is one of the best birthday gifts I have ever received. I had a whole lot of fun and came home with a tangible memento that not only let me get into a creative flow, but it's a reminder of what a great time I had.
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Tammy Lopez
a year ago
My friend and I had a great time. I love that we felt catered to and were allowed to make changed to personalize our paintings. Thank you for making our night a very enjoyable one.