Who we are.
My Art Experience comes from the idea that all of us bring something unique to the table, or in our case maybe a canvas or project!
That is what makes art exciting and beautiful, is the originality! We wanted to create a space for artists of all experience levels to be able to relax and experiment with their own art style and create a unique experience for themselves.
We hope that this not only helps to fuel their passion for art, but to bring our community together to experience it together!
Nice to meet you.
My Art Experience is an environment that is intended to encourage creativity through many art media for our local community and visitors.
We offer art classes, workshops, parties community events and much more. We consider ourselves a one stop shop for anything art, creativity, and entertainment.
We explore the world of clay, canvas painting, ceramic painting, DIY projects and much more.
We strive to constantly bring new art mediums and teachers through My Art Experience and engage the entire community in their own artistic expression.
The possibilities are endless.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
We provide aprons for everyone since we use acrylic paint, however, accidents do happen so please dress accordingly.
Our sessions are great for the novice as well as the experienced painter.
We are fortunate to have talented artist to guide you through making your masterpieces.
Grab 6 or more of your friends to host a Private Party!
You choose the date, time and painting!
You also send us a picture you will like to paint with your party and we will replicate it for you!
Our prices are $35/person and up?
Prices vary on the painting and time you will like to reserve the studio for.
Unfortunately not. BYOB is illegal in the state of Colorado. We have beer, wine and mimosa’s (available upon request) and nonalcoholic beverages.
You are welcome to bring in your food.
We ask you come in 20mins before your event starts to decorate the studio.
Please keep it as simple as possible. No nails or drilling on the walls please.