How much is it per person to paint?

$75.00 + tax = $83.25 (adult)
$46.00 x tax = $51.06 (kids)


How much is it for an abstract ink on tile party?

$55.00 + tax = $61.05


What does Arthouse provide?

Arthouse provides pre-sketched canvases, painting tools, aprons, paint, brushes, etc. Food (charcuterie board), non-alcoholic beverages, and instruction from a qualified arts teacher.


What is the minimum amount of people required for a private party?

The minimum registration is 6 people. You’re welcome to book a party for 5 of less people, but we will require payment for 6 people.


So what is the maximum?

The maximum amount of people is 11 in the private studio. Larger parties can be accommodated - Please go to the Contact page and inquire. 


What can we bring in?

You can bring in outside drink and food if desired, but mainly just bring an open and positive attitude.


Do I have to paint a set painting or do I get to choose a painting for my party?

Schedule a private party, and choose a painting from the gallery for the party. 


What ages are allowed to paint?

Adults of all ages are welcome. Kids classes are popular - Think birthday parties, splurge group fun, family get togethers, you name it. 


What is the cancellation policy?

If you have to cancel a party, Art House requires 24 hours notice in writing (via email) before the scheduled event. If you do not cancel with at least 24 hours notice the entire expense will be charged to the credit card on file.


How custom can we make a private party?

The intimate painting experience allows for a tailored event to fit your needs. Art House will do its best to accommodate your wishes. Just let us know!


Do you take the painting home at the end of the party?

Yes, acrylic paint dries quickly. Hang it in your living room and appreciate your artistic genius.


What should I wear?

Accidents happen, so don’t wear your best duds. Aprons are provided.


Where is Art House Located?

What you do when you paint, you take a full brush of paint, get paint on the picture, and you have faith.
— William de Kooning