Reckless Painting Classes

Reckless Painting has many course options to help you discover your inner artistic
ability. Below are the three most popular. 

Carve out 2-hrs each week for some Reckless Painting. This format has been offered since 1997!

Come enjoy five evenings out-of-your-ordinary! 

Cost: $70 – includes all materials (incl. painting shirt & blindfold)

Reckless Painting has many course options to help you discover your inner artistic ability. Below are the three most popular. 

Fast-track your Reckless Painting into one day for your group of friends or colleagues. Enjoy a day of fun untroubled by fear, anxiety, criticism …or even looking at the painting. Classes can be arranged at any time and any place (as long as there is no carpet).

Enjoy a fun & creative day together! …could make for a more fun & creative Valentine’s night.

 

Cost: $60 per couple – includes all materials (incl. painting shirt & blindfold) …lunch on your own.

Enjoy a day of fun & unexpected creativity, painting together in guided exercises that leave no space for criticism! Come ready to be untroubled by fear, anxiety, criticism …or even looking at the painting!

Cost: $50 – for one parent and one child age 11-16. All materials included – even blindfolds! (Lunch will be on your own: bag lunch or enjoy the foods of Commercial Dr.)

We’re not talking about re-doing the kitchen walls. Just a few hours to fling paint on paper w/ no one to criticize, complain or give advice.

Come prepared to see how your work & life can benefit. Have no worries about creating something “great” – that’s not the point of Reckless Painting. Here, no one worries about making mistakes. Optional – to end with a beer (or two) at a local pub.

Fast-track your Reckless Painting into one day for your group of friends or colleagues. Enjoy a day of fun untroubled by fear, anxiety, criticism …or even looking at the painting.

 

What Our customers say

"What a pity that our human-devised work worlds … have yet to realize the intrinsic value of creativity."

Arthur Orsini

“The abundance of paint and lack of concrete requirements has really let me explore change. Letting go of not only ownership, but also my particular item in a painting is very freeing.

Adam Sendler