Painting with a purpose in Ellington and beyond
In the past decade, Kate Clancy’s Paint the Town Rad side business has grown as people have been forced to stay at home.
ELLINGTON, Conn. – Kate Clancy has been busy since the COVID crisis changed all aspects of our lives last year.
Her daily job as a real estate sales manager is only part of her days. Over the past decade, Clancy’s Paint the Town Rad side business has grown as people have been forced to stay at home.
“Paint the Town Wheel is a virtual or live paint party experience, but as of now it’s largely virtual,” said Clancy.
Through Zoom, Clancy offers painting classes to avid customers across the country who pay a fee for the tutorial and set up with a painting kit that is mailed to them. “We have people all over the country, people who come together – apart,” she said.
Clancy noted that the added appeal of Paint the Town Rad is that everyone involved paints with a purpose. Clancy raises money for charity by selling various paintings.
She added, “I am grateful to my painters, I am grateful for the reasons we have been able to leave our support behind.”
To learn more about Paint the Town Rad and their classes, click here.