Cupcakes and Canvases

Join the Brazoria County Historical Museum Thursday, August 2nd at 6 pm, for an evening of cupcakes and canvases with renown local artist Peihong Endris.

Parents, or grandparents, and children are invited to enjoy an evening creating a step-by-step painting while savoring delicious cupcakes. The Cupcakes & Canvases class is perfect for quality family time, inviting grandparents, and creating a special memory together. Sign up and come ready to create. A supply fee of $10 per person includes all art supplies, cupcakes, and punch. Museum members receive a discount.

Leading the class is Peihong Endris. Peihong’s works have been included in several art books. Her painting, “Fragrant Moonlit Night”, was presented by the Chinese Government to the French Government. She has had her work exhibited in Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, Beijing, and Tokyo to name a few. Since 1999, Peihong has made her home in the U.S., where she teaches Chinese brush painting and continues to develop her own style. Since 2002, she has taught various classes and workshops for organizations such as the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Rice University, Glassell School, and many more.

The Brazoria County Historical Museum is pleased to be able to host Pearland Art League member and world recognized artist Peihong Endris. With her almost twenty years of experience teaching classes, you are sure to walk out with a beautiful creation. To reserve your seat please contact the Museum at 979-864-1208 or email programs manager Jennifer Caulkins at programs@bchm.org. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

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