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The Heart Gallery

Cloud Meets Balloon

SKU 4/30/21 @ 6pm
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Event: Cloud Meets Balloon

Date: Friday,April 30, 2021

Time: 6-8pm

Location: The Heart Gallery 627 SW 153rd St. Burien

4 hot air balloon facts:

• The first humans to fly in an aircraft were French and in a hot air balloon
• The National Balloon Museum is in Indianola, IA
• There is a town in Wisconsin called Hudson and it hosts the Hot Air Affair February 7-9
• Our resident artist, Heather Pasley, used to draw hot air balloons when she was young

If life has you down then paint something up and remember that the first hot air balloon was made of paper and silk, and paper and silk means everything’s gonna be okay

Admission buys you a 16"x20" canvas, 2 hours of entertaining instruction and all you need to create your own artistic expression. No painting skill or knowledge required; our sessions are designed for all levels of experience.

Our bar has beer on tap, wine, cider, seltzer, hard kombucha and non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase. Come sip down and paint!

Terms and conditions

All attendees must be 21 years old or older with valid ID. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your session beginning. All sales are final. 48 hour’s notice required for rescheduling. Acrylic paint can permanently stain clothing. Aprons are provided but please dress accordingly. The Heart Gallery Paint and Sip makes no warranties expressed or implied as to the condition, appearance or function of your personal articles following a painting session and will not be responsible for repair or replacement costs.

Don't know where we are? Here are some directions and estimated drive times

Seattle (16 min):

West Seattle (18 min):

Fremont (18 min):

Wallingford (20 min):

Seward Park (18 min):

Bellevue (24 min):

Newcastle (20 min):

Renton (12 min):

Kent (18 min):

Seatac (9 min):

Federal Way (20 min):

Tacoma (28:40):

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Our Story

They were parents of four. He worked for the man. She was at home with the kids.  He had dreamed of owning a small business. She wanted to paint and make people happy. They both wanted to get off the hamster wheel. After all, they weren't hamsters and she hated jogging. Together they decided to do life differently. She would create. He would administrate. And together they would make the Heart Gallery Paint and Sip!