High quality, multi-screen painting tutorials
with tips & tricks from an actual artist
Paint, brush, videotape.
Click on Play and have a quick look at our tutorials!
We are bringing the joy of painting through our new Online Tutorials!
These new, prerecorded tutorials are the perfect accompaniment to our PIE Paint@home Kits, and will enable you to paint your own work of art as we guide you, step-by-step, from blank canvas to colourful creation.
Our own amazing Pati will talk you through the brush techniques, painting methods, colour mixing, and other artistic skills to enable you to embrace painting no matter where you are located. Compared to our Virtual Events, these Painting Tutorials are there for you to take part in entirely at your own time: to take a break, simply hit pause.
What to paint today...
Tap / Click on images to learn more & watch a demo.
Need the materials?
Order the tutorials in a Paint@home Kit
Paint and have fun in your own space! Our painting kits include all the supplies you need and are fun for all ages.
Introducing PIE's pre-recorded video tutorial painting kits. Our Paint@home Kits will include one 30cm x 40 cm canvas, paper plates for art palettes, paints and brushes needed to create the selected painting. You will also receive a pre-recorded video tutorial shared from our Google Drive, that will take you STEP-BY-STEP throughout the painting! Kits are available for pickup at the studio or can be shipped directly to your door for an additional 10 CHF.
Need some extras?
Select add-ons and order together
Need a solid easel, or not a fan of disposable palettes? Want to try the palette knife? Just throw them into your box!
Or just go “All In”with our specially selected Starter Kit
Paints, acrylic – 12 x 75ml tubes + basic white 120ml
6 x brushes, flat wide No. 30, flat No. 16, 10 round No. 12, 6, 2.
2 x palette knife & sponge
3 x canvas, 30cm x 40cm
2x primed woodboard, 30cm x 40cm
Ceramic palette, option to upgrade
Tabletop easel, option to upgrade
1 x PIE Tutorial + 50% discount of 4 further Tutorials
Carbon paper, to transfer major lines of PIE templates onto canvas