Paint This, Pour That was founded by Liz Whitsell, Crystal Casey, and Brittany Whitsell in 2012 in League City, Texas as a way for everyone to forget their worries for a few hours by getting their creative juices flowing and just having some fun with friends, family, coworkers, teammates, etc.   Paint This, Pour That was not started for professional artists but for normal people just looking to get out of the house and have a good time.  “Many people look at some of the artwork and think they would never be able to do it.  It’s funny to see their faces when they walk out and have this beautiful masterpiece that they are so proud of.”  One of the biggest things they wanted to make sure of was that all of the artists were local, true artists and that’s what they got.  Every one of them has had years of experience and has dedicated their lives to art in some way or another.  Their biggest hope is that each feels relaxed and maybe even found a new hobby in art. It is for people of all ages to put their worries aside and just have fun; and to remember that Paint This, Pour That is not only painting, it’s a party! As we recently decided to go “Mobile” we are able to provide so much more in the way of atmosphere and convenience. We bring the entire party to you !!! 

 Meet a few of our Artists

We use over a dozen different local artists in each market

Tammy Cornor- Combining her love of teaching with her passion for art, Tammy is an elementary art teacher at Ferguson Elementary. She has been teaching for 17 years, but has found her passion teaching art for the last few years.Art education is very important to her. She feels that learning about art history and being exposed to different media at the elementary level creates the momentum of their full potential. In the classroom she exposes students to many mediums such as: tempera, watercolor, chalk, clay, and paper mâché, just to name a few. She is enjoying creating art and decorating her new home with her husband and three sons.

Brenda Melgar- Brenda began her artistic career at the age of 7. In the last 7 years, Brenda has sold artwork through auctions in the Houston Livestock show and Rodeo, received various gold medals within competitions in Texas, and appeared on various local media for her live performances. She is experienced with oil pastels, soft pastels, acrylic painting, oil painting, sculpting, cake artistry, speed painting, performance painting, street-painting, art-worship, and graphic recording. She has appeared as a guest performing artist for various churches in Texas, Marathon Oil, the Italian Expo, Univision Latin Television’s “Vive La Mañana” and “Telefutura,” Daystar Television Network’s “Celebration- Houston,” The Houston Children’s Museum, The Houston Via Colori Street Painting Festival Benefiting the Center for Hearing and Speech, and the University of Houston. Currently, she is studying Entrepreneurship at the University of Houston and applies what she learns to a part-time baking business, EnviCakes.