Wooden Pendant Beach Painting Workshop with Ashra Artistry

  • June 16, 2019
    5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join us for a Miniature Wooden Pendant Painting Workshop with Sarah Alimashrab! The $4 fee will include all materials needed to paint, a wooden pendant, 2 hours of instruction, and your first beverage! This is a beginner level workshop.

Sarah has lived in various places over her life that have inspired the content of her art work. Sarah loves many types of crafting, but holds a special place in her heart for miniature painting. She feels miniatures hold a sense of magic and whimsy. That is why Sarah created Ashra Artistry, a miniature painting brand that is brought into the world in a practical way. Miniatures are painted right onto wooden pendants so that the wearer becomes the gallery, and onlookers can get lost in the paintings on a daily basis. Pieces are sold at artisan stores around the U.S., online, & at craft fairs. Recently Sarah has started miniaturist workshops, and is so jazzed about guiding others through this unique art form.

The Station is San Luis Obispo’s oldest gas station re-imagined into a mixed use space for work, events, and a curated wine & goods shop. Wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverages available throughout the two hour workshop. Guests must be 21 and over to attend this session.

Due to limited seating and high demand of workshop tickets, we have a strict 48-hour cancellation policy to cancel and receive a refund or reschedule.We have a workshop minimum of at least 10 people. If we need to cancel the workshop we will notify the guests at least 3 hours in advance. Either a refund can be issued or credit can be kept on file to be used at a future workshop.

***GROUPON: There are only 5 spaces available for Groupons for each workshop. Once those are filled, guests can be put on a cancellation list or the Groupon value can be put towards a full priced registration and pay the remaining balance.***

Event Location


Venue Phone: 805.706.0711

311 Higuera St., San Luis Obispo, CA, US, 93401

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by Kimberly Walker