The Tipsy Artists create a fun environment, teaching you to paint beautiful strokes of your own work - all while sipping a glass of wine!





Krystyna has a lifelong love of the arts. She has graduated from the American Academy of Art with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She enjoys creating her own artwork, viewing other artists' work, and teaching art to young children. A proud Owner of Tipsy Paint, she takes pleasure in sharing her knowledge about art history and the process of creating, but most importantly she wants her students to experience art and understand how much it affects their lives.  



Jim loves all the arts: music, performance and visual. Because everyone sees things differently, everyone creates differently. Jim has a BS in Fine art from Valparaiso University. His career has led him to design book covers, paint theatre backdrops, and now teach painting. He enjoys sharing his knowledge of painting with students of all levels.



Kate has been with Tipsy paint for over 5 years. She received her BFA From Northern Illinois 

University in 2007. Kate is a lover of the arts, animals, and exercise. When not at the studio, Kate divides her time working as a personal trainer and veterinary technician. For fun, Kate works in her home studio in Wheeling where she paints pet portraits. "Being at the studio and getting to paint with people enjoying themselves through artistic expression is such a gift. The job never gets old, and we always have a blast together.”



Laine is an aspiring artist and currently working towards a degree in illustration. Laine loves to work with different mediums and enjoys the various forms of art. She completes commision works for paintings and even creates custom designs for stickers. At Tipsy Paint she loves to have fun with the guests and encourage them to enjoy the process of creating. 



Amanda holds a B.F.A. degree with a focus in painting and drawing from SUNY Purchase College. While at Purchase, she studied the New York art scene and abroad in Dingle, Ireland. She has exhibited work and curated shows in both New York and Chicago. Amanda is a landscape painter and paints “en plein air.” When she’s not practicing her passion, she is sharing it with others. “Teaching is my way of sharing the importance of the arts and its positive effect on humanity. I hope to provide art experiences that touch lives on a personal and social level.” At Tipsy Paint, she hopes that she can help everyone find the artist within.



The instructors did a great job of showing us step by step on painting. They also walked around and helped us when we needed it. I made many mistakes, but the instructor helped me to fix things. I’m very happy with this experience!

Will come again!


A group of 6 friends attended a class at the Glenview location. We all had a marvelous time. The instructor (Krystyna) was very informative, gave us assistance when needed, and really made the class fun. We were all pleased with how our finished paintings came out.  We are ready to book another outing! Highly recommend for large or small groups, and this is fun for females AND males! A+!!!


Don’t get me wrong, painting is HARD! But the teacher Jim was amazing, so patient, and really funny. We had a great time! (Just don’t let your poor painting skills ruin your fun!

It’s the experience and getting out of your comfort zone that matters!)