Local Mum takes over Art4Fun
Creative Ceramics, Trendy T-Shirts and Matchless Mugs All Under One Roof
At Art 4 Fun, Chiswick, you can create your own original designs by painting onto a ceramic, wood, plaster or fabric item of your choice. No artistic skills or experience are necessary.
How does it work? Simply select a piece from the wide range of items, and they provide unlimited use of brushes, paints and other creative tools to help you design your work of art.
New franchisee, Liz Grummit, has taken over the reins and has set about planning new and exciting events to suit all ages – adult and child alike.
As a mother of young children herself, Liz has introduced some inspired and innovative entertainment ideas including Mummy & Me Coffee Mornings, Children's Half Term and Holiday Workshops and even special events scheduled on local school's inset days.
If you're looking for something imaginative to fill an afternoon then “Paint Me A Story” is perfect. Designed as a Parent & Child (aged 3-5) participation class of fun and creative activities, Paint Me a Story is a special story hour in which children will hear a story and then paint a ceramic piece that coordinates with that story. Featured books include firm favourites such as The Very Hungry Caterpillar, We're Going On A Bear Hunt, Commotion in the Ocean, and Giraffes Can't Dance.
For the more mature artist, Art4Fun offers Birthday Parties, Hen Parties, Anniversaries,
Corporate Parties and Team Building Activities. If their Chiswick High Road location is not convenient for your function, then they will bring the party to you.
Although in house catering can only extend to an excellent cup of coffee or tea and a biscuit, but you are welcome to bring your own food – anything from a sandwich to a five-course take away banquet.
As a local resident, Liz recognises the value of working with the community and has put a great deal of thought into how Art4Fun can work in partnership with local establishments. The result is a comprehensive package for fundraising events, which can be specifically tailored for School P.T.A events and Parish Fairs alike. Liz is currently in the process of contacting local schools to put forward her proposals.
February 18, 2004