Tuesday, Dec. 11 | 7:00-9:15 PM Tue, Dec. 11 | 7:00 PM
Canvas Painting Class on 12/11 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Starry Snowman

($35) Now $29! Drink Included! Classic Canvas
Wednesday, Dec. 12 | 7:00-9:30 PM Wed, Dec. 12 | 7:00 PM
Wooden Sign Painting on 12/12 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Owl Be Home for Christmas

($35) Wooden Sign
Wednesday, Dec. 12 | 7:00-9:15 PM Wed, Dec. 12 | 7:00 PM
Canvas Painting Class on 12/12 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Winter After Dark

($35) Drink Included! Classic Canvas
Sunday, Dec. 16 | 5:00-7:30 PM Sun, Dec. 16 | 5:00 PM
Canvas Painting Class on 12/16 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Holiday Lighthouse

($35) Classic Canvas
Monday, Dec. 17 | 7:00-9:15 PM Mon, Dec. 17 | 7:00 PM
Glassware Painting Event on 12/17 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Snowman Wine

($35) Wine Glasses Glassware
Wednesday, Dec. 19 | 7:00-9:30 PM Wed, Dec. 19 | 7:00 PM
Wooden Sign Painting on 12/19 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Eat, Drink, & Be Merry

($35) Ugly Sweater! Wooden Sign
Thursday, Dec. 20 | 6:30-9:30 PM Thu, Dec. 20 | 6:30 PM
Paint Your Pet on 12/18 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Paint Your Pet!

($39) Custom Art Paint Your Pet
Saturday, Dec. 22 | 12:00-2:15 PM Sat, Dec. 22 | 12:00 PM
Kids Painting Class on 12/22 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Peppy Penguins

($29) Family Day Kids/Family
Wednesday, Dec. 26 | 7:00-9:15 PM Wed, Dec. 26 | 7:00 PM
Canvas Painting Class on 12/26 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Foggy Flurries

($35) Drink Included! Classic Canvas
Friday, Dec. 28 | 3:00-5:30 PM Fri, Dec. 28 | 3:00 PM
Kids Painting Class on 12/28 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Northern Light Gazing

($29) Winter Break Kids/Family
Saturday, Dec. 29 | 12:00-2:15 PM Sat, Dec. 29 | 12:00 PM
Kids Painting Class on 12/29 at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield

Let it Snow

($29) Kids / Lumify Kids/Family
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Parking & Directions

Take Exit 43 off I-95 for Walnut Street toward Saugus/Lynnfield. Muse Lynnfield is located in the northern section of the MarketStreet Center near Gaslight and across from Sweetgreen. There is free street parking in front of and behind Muse with a large additional lot just east of Muse (near Eddie Bauer).

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Our Artists

  • Bruce Lhuillier - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield
  • Bridgett Nicolace - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield
  • Tanja North Sport - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield
  • Alicia Quimby - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield
  • Marc Fulchini - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield
  • Jennifer Wackerle - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield
  • Danielle Morse - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield
  • Aimee Casavant - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield
  • Carolyn Alexis Vedrani - Paint Night Instructor at Muse Paintbar Lynnfield
  • Bruce Lhuillier

    The Frenchman, Bruce has a degree in Art Education from the University of Amiens, in France. Since moving to the U.S. in 2014, he has spent a lot of his free time enjoying Art Museums around the U.S. and hiking in National Parks and New England woods. He enjoys various mediums such as Painting, Photography, Photoshop and Drawing. He fell in love many years ago with the American artists, Edward Hopper and Andrew Wyeth. While living in New England, Bruce seeks to share his passion and enthusiasm for art with the local community. If he is not in woods, cooking at home or at the studio, you might find him in the Archeological Mesopotamian department of the MFA.
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  • Bridgett Nicolace

    Bridgett, a New Hampshire native, is a jack of all trades, a lawyer, a professor of law, a mom to four rambunctious boys, and an artist. During your visit with Muse, she will encourage you to embrace your inner Van Gogh, without the messy business of lopping off one's ear. She will guide you through the canvas art you came to create, however, the most important rule of thumb is to relax and have FUN! Hosting paint events for her has been a welcomed change from the nuances that make up our justice system, from the wayward paper trails to the red taped madness which ensues. When she's not caring for her family of six, occasionally they set her free to paint and have fun with fellow artists, well... like you! She *WILL* get you through this painting with a smile on your face, because after law school and four boys... nothing scares her.
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  • Tanja North Sport

    Tanja is an artist and teacher who enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her family. She has always had a passion for both the visual arts and the natural world. Before teaching art, Tanja also worked as an environmental educator on the Chesapeake Bay and taught environmental science in Baltimore. Her paintings during that time explored themes of tension between the natural and built environments, along with the social impacts of environment. Tanja has roots in both Baltimore, MD and Portland, OR (where she also studied art at Marylhurst University), and enjoys meeting people from different places and backgrounds. Here on the North Shore, she loves teaching the traditional media of drawing and painting to young people, and sharing the joy of the creative process with painters of all ages!
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  • Alicia Quimby

    Alicia is a multimedia artist and graduate from Massachusetts College of Art & Design with a Dual BFA in Painting and Fiber art. She creates abstract sculptural paintings that combine a variety of techniques such as weaving, painting, woodworking and creating patterns digitally. Her work plays with material, pattern, textural recognition, and physiologically disrupting viewers. Along with her multimedia work, Alicia creates custom portraits of pets and people. When Alicia is not making art, she is sure to be found enjoying nature and playing with her puppy.
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  • Marc Fulchini

    Marc studied corporate finance and accounting at Bentley University. He hated it. Shedding his former self he assumed the moniker Fulchizzle and creates in two mediums, pop art and short film. As of late, he is incorporating collage to his pop art and trying to bridge the gap between that and his short film through animation. He currently lives and creates in Everett, Massachusetts.
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  • Jennifer Wackerle

    Jenn is a graduate of Boston University with a bachelor's degree in psychology. She feels that art is an amazing outlet for mental health and loves to share her love of and enthusiasm for creating with others. When she's not painting, she's often drawing, sculpting or crafting. She also enjoys gardening, cooking and reading anything she can get her hands on. If she's not doing that, it's very likely she's spending time with her husband, son, two cats and a cranky Russian tortoise named Turtleburger.
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  • Danielle Morse

    Danielle is a native New Yorker, spending her childhood on Long Island. She received her Bachelors in Art Education at Molloy College and Masters in Clinical Art Therapy at Long Island University at C.W. Post, where she is a Registered, Board Certified, and Licensed Art Therapist. She believes that an individual has the ability for self-discovery and self-appreciation through the creative process. She prides herself on her therapeutic skills as well as her compassion. Danielle loves travelling and exploring new places which allows her to appreciate the world at its finest. Her passion for sunsets, nature, animals, and light are expressed through the eye of a camera. If she's not snapping a picture or painting, you can find her in the kitchen, exploring new ways to express her wide pallet or spending time with her 3 furry roommates, bunnies.
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  • Aimee Casavant

    Aimee recently graduated from Reading Memorial High School and has had a passion for art for the entirety of her life. She has won an extensive amount of National and State awards through the Scholastic Art Organization as well as awards granted from local colleges. She has studied a diverse course load through her school, as well as participating in classes at Rhode Island School of Design. She recently completed her AP art portfolio with the theme of "Interrupted Observation", studying the effects of shadow, water, and reflection and how they distort form. Aimee mainly expresses her art through the mediums of acrylic paint and colored pencils but has plenty of experience with other methods. She is very ambitious when it comes to creating very detailed and elaborate pieces that push her imagination to it's highest potential. Despite her intense devotion she has a lot of fun working with people and sharing ideas and conversation. Aimee explores her creative potential in art as well as music, and will be attending Berklee College of Music in September, majoring in Vocal performance and Songwriting
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  • Carolyn Alexis Vedrani

    Carolyn fell in love with painting when she was about 6 years old. Her grandmother would watch Bob Ross and paint along with her making happy trees. They would do lots of crafts together as a child when she babysat. When she was in high school she fell in love with photography. She loves to take pictures of where she has been and use as references to paint. Carolyn currently has 6 bearded dragons, a cat, a dog and long 8 year relationship with Derek. She has a big love for all animals and loves to teach kids. She has little cousins who she loves to play with and enjoy. She's very young at heart and still loves Disney. Her specialty is glass blocks, sneakers and cartoons.
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