Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Cherry Blossoms

This post is 3 days late but I still want to share my awesome experience with you. So Julius forced me to come with them last Saturday and I'm thankful I did! We went to this place called Sip and Gogh at Capitol Hills. It was my first time there and actually it was also my first time to do painting lessons that's why I was so nervous especially doing it with them. I know I'm such a lame blogger because I enjoyed the experience so much that I didn't take pictures to share with you guys. Sorry! Here are some photos from Julius and their site.

James, Julius' youngest brother :)
"Sip & Gogh is the first-of-its kind paint and sip studio in the country. 
A perfect place to be with family and friends 
to relax, socialize, and enjoy time 
painting together while sipping your favorite beverage."

That awkward smile. Haha!
 You'll be provided with a canvass, a palette for your work and these cute aprons (funny how I wore white that day :)) and the best part is they're going to teach you step-by-step how you are going to do the painting. 

Oh! And they have this selection of artworks that you can choose from. At first you'll think you can't but see them work their magic on you :)

The tool area. I'd love to have one at my house!
Taking a  painting break.
See the growth of my work! You don't know how many times I've asked Julius how my painting looks like. Haha! It's also nice that the teachers comment on your work telling you the faster, easier way to do your work (which is one of my problems because I work slowly) and teaches you techniques to make your work look better.
See how I started with my hair down and ended with a bun?! Frustrated artist over there! :))

My seatmate. Concentrating on signing his artwork. Cute ♥
Cute right?!
Tadaaa! Not bad for a beginner :-bd

So if you want to try something new, go and visit Sip and Gogh!
They are located at Capitol Green Street, Capitol Hills Drive, Old Balara, Quezon City.
And they are having a Graduation Promo running till April 15!
For more details, check out their