Monday, March 26, 2012

Art at the Farm! Painting with Annie Sloan Chalk Paints!

Intro to {re}imagining With Paint Class!
Taught by good friend Michelle Gryzbowski

May 11, 10:30-1:30
Lunch included

Michelle just returned from Chicago where she was trained by Annie Sloan herself!  However, she is not a beginner painter whatsoever.  You will love Michelle's style, her patina's and her!  Very creative, VERY inspiring!
 Meet Michelle!  Also, she has the coolest sale coming up 
May 4-5!!! Don't miss it!
Want to paint your farm kitchen cupboards or farm furniture?  Here at Maple Valley Farm we use Annie Sloan Chalk Paints!  Once you try them, you will never go back to sanding, priming and then painting.  This paint seems to be magical!

This class is a wonderful, informative hands on class.

We go over the foundations of {re}imagining with paint.

Class includes:

descriptions of different types of finishes
basics using, spray paint, latex and chalk paint
how to distress and how NOT to
antiquing with glaze, waxes, stains etc..
glazes and waxes
stains and poly finishes
your very own set of brushes
use of my paints and waxes

We will be painting a take home project, a frame you provide or purchase from Michelle, that we will practice on using chalk paints.

Class length and lunch is approximately 3  hours. -This is a great thing to do with your daughter/mother or sisters or best friends. Last time we had a few mother/daughter and sister combinations, they had a blast!-

We will serve you a wonderful farm luncheon at the Maple Cottage 
Reserve by email and mail your check to:
Maple Valley Farms
2902 Amble Rd.
Coral, Michigan 49322
Memo line:  May 11 10:30-1:30 Paint course
Invite your girl friends or group out for a great afternoon!
Any questions, feel free to email me at

***Please note: we cannot accommodate children or food allergies.  Thank you for your understanding

In the spirit of farming, family and faith,

Angela M. Kuncaitis
“HomemakerAng – The Sophisticated Agrarian & Co.”

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