puff, pass, n, paint with other floating creative beings

Get stoned puff, pass,n, paint with other floating creative beings?

Bring enough Munchies to Share?!!


This sounds like a blast.

…..Seems I remember crashing College Art Depts. late ‘abc’ = (after bar close) and all the artist would meet for party sessions in the Kiln room..Laugh..Laugh..Good peps…Good times..E

Puff, Pass & Paint isn’t about making the perfect piece of art.

It’s about being part of an atmosphere that is relaxed, comfortable, open-minded, and allowing yourself to freely create your own original masterpiece.

Painters and cannabis-users of various levels of expertise and from all over the world attend Puff, Pass & Paint to experience a sense of community in an intimate, inspired setting.

All paints, brushes, 11″ x 14″ canvas panel, and any other required art supplies are included in the cost of the class.

Smoking, eating edibles, and other marijuana intake is allowed (and encouraged!), but certainly not required.

BYOC, BYOB, wear clothes you aren’t afraid to get paint on, and come prepared to smoke, paint, chat, indulge, and probably laugh harder than you ever have before.

“I’m kind of a nervous painter, but this class allowed me to just let go. It was very laid-back and very welcoming, with people of all different ages. I would take my dad to this class.” 

“…she repeatedly encouraged us to divert from the path of her instruction if we felt the impulse, reminding everyone that we were here to enjoy the process of creation more than the end result. I was pleased that her goal was to promote divergent thinking over following instructions…”

– Josiah Hesse, Colorado Public Radio

“Maybe it was the weed, maybe it was the company, maybe it was the therapeutic nature of painting, but I was starting to feel a weight lifting off of my shoulders… I have NEVER, since becoming a mom, done something so much for myself.” – Brittany Driver, The Cannabist

Heidi Keyes takes time to breathe deeply, travel often, and paint daily. She currently lives in and adores Denver, and teaches classes out of her home studio. Her life is as spontaneous as her art. She’s an established landscape painter whose work has an emphasis on vibrant color and texture.

She graduated from Carthage College with her BA in Studio Art in 2009, and she is an internationally exhibited and collected artist. Originally from Wisconsin.