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Paint and sip


Book Upcoming Class

775-409-4781

 130 West Street Reno NV 89501

 

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Paint and sip


Book Upcoming Class

775-409-4781

 130 West Street Reno NV 89501

 

Try us out. We don't bite, but we want you to.

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Paint Parities


Paint Parities


 

—  let us bring out your inner artist—

No skills? No problem!

At Crafted Palette we want you to have a fabulous time, without worrying about how your Masterpiece will come out. Bring your friends or family, grab a drink and get started! We also have a light menu to snack on, while you get your paint and sip on! Who could ask for more?!

 

Upcoming Classes


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Vertical Coffee Roasters


Vertical Coffee Roasters


      We share our cafe with Vertical Coffee Roasters, a Reno-based farm-to-cup cafe and roastery with boots on the ground in Antigua, Guatemala. They built their business on the idea that a coffee community should go beyond the cafe walls to encompass everyone whose lives are touched by the coffee industry.

    

In the cafe, their passion and dedication manifests as delicious beverages and a welcoming atmosphere. Their menu features rotating single-origin espresso and brew, barista-invented specials, and a variety of tasty non-coffee options. Whether you're running in for a quick pick-me-up or hanging out in the cafe with us, Vertical has just what you need (even if you don't know you need it yet).

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Our Artists


Our Artists


 

Reno's local Talent

The Crafted Palette is only as artsy as our artists! We are so proud of the local people we bring in to teach our clasess. Each are so unique and have their own style to their craft. Here you can learn a bit more about the artists and their backround. We wish to create a culture and hub for local artists to show case their talent.

 
 

Shannon Koyama

"Find Your Comfort Zone and Leave it”

My above mission statement might tell you a little bit about me. I love quotes and I feel this one is appropriate for my bio, I am a firm believer that it is important to learn and try new things throughout your life for personal growth. After all life, is a Journey so Live it and Love it!

As one of the artists at Crafted Palette my goal is to make art fun and non intimidating to people that have never explored their inner artist and just make it an entertaining night out with friends and family to go home with something you are proud of.

 

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Karen Hayes

As an art instructor, I love to encourage students to step out and TRY.

Art is therapy. The learner has to  be vulnerable and open to possibilities that lay within.
I see creativity as a spiritual experience.  My training in theology (a seminary graduate) helped me to love and see the beauty in everyone, and the work  of the hands as a blessing waiting to blossom. My favorite subjects are trompe l’oeil (optical illusion), seascapes, and animals. I also like to combine food  and art (my kitchen is also an art studio!) and sometimes get lost in that “zone” – where I’m enjoying the process and time flies. If you’ve ever wanted to  paint, but don’t know how to go about getting started, let Crafted Palette be your “kitchen with a studio” where you can nurture skills in a delicious  environment.  But, most of all, come enjoy yourself and have some fun!

 

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David Hayes

I got my positive attitude from my parents, who said I could do ANYTHING.”  David studied theater and arts in college and instructs/coaches locally at Take2 Performer’s studio. His acting skills were put to use in his one-man show, where James Sullivan of the San Francisco Chronicle noted: “Like his idol, Hayes ‘did it all’ in his 90-minute tribute.”  He currently teaches drama and produces performances with the students at a local high school.


Emily Devine

Emily Devine is an artist and designer from Austin, Texas. She dabbles in woodworking, clock-making, sculpture, sewing, photography, ceramics, and all things artistic. Although she received a degree in graphic design from Texas State University, she loves to paint and she cites her mother, Linda D’Elia, as her greatest artistic influence. “Growing up, my mom encouraged me to try as many new things as possible, but the most important thing was to be different and unique.


Jennifer Blonsley

Jennifer is a Vivacious Vegan with lots of positive vibes, she loves art and teaches the painting classes strictly for fun alone! Her art style is whimsical and she loves everyone to create their own version of her art!

The only thing you need to bring to the classes is yourself! Of course you can always bring a friend along too!


Holly Carson

Holly Carson started her creative endeavors as an early age, namely with magic markers and her left arm.  After many ruined outfits, and outburst by her parents she went on to a specialty arts high school in Little Rock, Arkansas and was classically trained as an oil painter, among many other techniques in the field of visual arts. Holly had her first gallery exhibition at age 23, also in Little Rock, Arkansas and went on to open her own art gallery in her late twenties in Lake Tahoe, CA.  Currently she is creating, teaching and pursuing a masters degree in facilitating arts expressive therapy at Sophia University and living in Reno, NV.  She enjoys abstract expressionism (gestural painting), psychedelic explorations, and esoteric illustrations.  Her main artistic influences are Frida Kahlo, Wassily Kadinsky, Alex Grey, Chuck Close and Jackson Pollack. 


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Katherine Dew

I consider myself the quintessential Jack of all trades, though the language of my soul is art. I dream in strokes of color. I explore my artist urges by night, learning new techniques that help me develop myself and those I teach. I want my students to embrace the creativity I know we all possess!


My work is all over the place, just like me. I enjoy challenging myself with new subject matter, but mostly I identify with an abstract and whimsical style. Abstract painting helps me to express emotions that words cannot. There is an entire universe of thought behind my paintings, and I actually enjoy that people can have their own personal reaction to my art that may differ from how I felt making it.
    If it says anything about me, I’ll reveal my two idols are Salvador Dali and Gene Wilder. Come paint with me and let go of normality!