Zest 4 Art offers unique social painting parties on vinyl records! An instructor will lead the group step by step. All supplies will be provided and any skill level is welcome to attend. Really – you just need to be able to follow instructions!
Contact Aimee to set up a date and time for your event!
Classes at the Zest 4 Art Studio are BYO food and/or beverages. Please call or email to book your seat. Reservations are required. Payment by cash, check or credit card is accepted the day of the class.
Zest 4 Art reserves the right to adjust classes. When possible, customers will be notified 24 hours in advance.
Your party, your way!!
The group will be guided through a painting of your choice. All supplies are provided, except the venue’s tables and chairs. We paint with acrylic, which is an easy soap and water clean up.
Our Wayland Studio is available to host. Or, we travel to the venue of your choice, be it residence, business, or other local venue! Some examples are church, fire hall, campground, park, golf course, and restaurant.
Private party pricing at the Zest 4 Art Studio is $250 for up to 10 painters, $25 for each additional painter. In the case of alternate venue, a $50 travel and setup fee applies. A deposit of $150 is required at booking.
Contact Aimee with any questions or to schedule your event!
My love for vinyl began in 2012 when I inherited my Grandma’s record collection, but did not have a record player. Instead I started painting on them for Christmas presents. After moving back to NY in 2013 I began selling painted records in local gift stores, and shortly after began teaching classes but decided to stick with records as a unique canvas! Upcycling records into paintings that now hang on a wall has been a rewarding experience. I love hearing people nostalgically discussing the record covers at the end of class as they choose one to take home with their piece. The music and song titles continue to inspire me as does the process of painting in a sustainable way, and I enjoy sharing this experience with others. (Even if it means explaining to kids what a record is!) It’s a beautiful way to share artwork and keep this classic music alive. ~Aimee