May 15 2021
Workshop | Paint Your Pet Portrait

Workshop | Paint Your Pet Portrait

Presented by Arts Warehouse at Arts Warehouse

How it works: Guests who register will simply send a photo of their pet to once the registration is complete. When they arrive the day of the workshop, they’ll receive a 16 x 20 inch canvas of their pet sketched and ready to be painted. All materials are provided! Feel free to bring a snack or drink.

There is a maximum of 8 spots available and the deadline to register is end of day May 12th (to allow enough time for portrait prep). Register soon to reserve your space!


Since this is an in-person workshop, each student will have their own work station to ensure everyone has six feet of distance between each other. All guests will be temperature checked at the door, and are required to wear a mask at all times.

About the Instructor:

Thompson earned her Bachelor of Fines Arts degree in graphic design and photography from the Savannah College of Art (formerly the Atlanta College of Art) in Atlanta, Georgia. She studied drawing and painting at the Detroit Institute of Art in Michigan as well as Old School Square in Delray Beach, FL. After having a successful career working as an art director and computer graphic artist for 25 years, Thompson returned to her passion, picked up the paint brushes and painted again. A member of the Florida Watercolor Society since 2012, Thompson resides in South Florida with her husband George and their three daughters.

Admission Info

$110 | All materials provided

Dates & Times

2021/05/15 - 2021/05/15

Location Info

Arts Warehouse

313 NE 3rd St, Delray Beach, FL 33444

Parking Info

Street parking along 3rd Street and 3rd Avenue is free. There are two public parking lots which are north of Arts Warehouse on 3rd Avenue. Arts Warehouse is a short walk from the main downtown areas and Pineapple Grove garages. PLEASE do not park in the dirt parking lot at the northwest corner of 3rd & 3rd as it is not a public parking lot.

The use of Uber, Lyft, and carpooling is encouraged.