Paint & Pour!

with instructor Whitney Badgett Hasan

A little paint, a little wine, and a picture to take home!

Friday, October 5, 6 to 8 pm

Upstairs Classroom Gualala Arts Center

$25 for GA members; $30 for non-GA members. $10 materials fee paid directly to instructor. Purchase beverage at Gualala Arts. Call 707-884-1138 to register!

Paint and Pour painting for September class!

Instructor representation for Gualala Arts Paint and Pour with Whitney Badgett Hasan.

Look what you can do! Oh, yes you can!

You’ve heard of Paint & Sip? Well, welcome to Paint & Pour! with Gualala Arts!

Instructor Whitney Badgett Hasan leads you on an a two-hour creative adventure while you hang out with friends, sip a little wine, and learn a few things about painting!

With a little instruction, anyone can paint and every painting that evolves in this art form is worthy of being hung on a wall! Each participant will go home with a finished painting.

“Thank you for a great class, Whitney! We can’t wait for the next one!” — Julie Levie Bower

Whitney is a high school art teacher and practicing artist, so not only does she know how to make art, she knows how to instruct!  Everyone paints the same scene, but no painting is the same!

This happy group just finished their first Paint & Pour with Whitney Badgett Hasan at Gualala Arts!

Each class includes everything you need to make the painting that Whitney will lead — painting surface, paints, and brushes. We provide the paint, you bring the friends and the fun! Please purchase your beverage from Gualala Arts no-host bar in the foyer (participants cannot bring their own wine due to liquor license requirements).


Workshop participants “follow the leader” Whitney Badgett Hasan and create their own masterpiece!

Whitney Badgett Hasan has an M.F.A. in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College, a M.Ed. in Cross-Cultural Education from National University, and a B.A. in Visual Arts and History from University of Montana Western. she has been teaching for more than 15 years in the U.S., Thailand, and Pakistan. She is also a practicing artist and the author and illustrator of a children’s book “Toy is from Thailand”. Whitney currently resides in Point Arena and is a teacher at Pacific Community Charter High School.