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The Art Event is a painting experience led by a world-class, gallery quality artist.
Our featured artist (stay tuned for more), focuses on climate related art and her work highlights the beauty and sensitivity of the earth’s fragile ecosystems.

The Art Event consists of a short presentation by the artist of her work and artistic focus, followed by a guided painting session where each participant will impress themselves by creating a beautiful painting under her tutelage. The event runs for approximately 90 minutes and is suitable for up to 40 participants or so. For larger groups, we recommend running two simultaneous sessions.  

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Base Event


(for up to 50 people)

(For larger groups, contact us for pricing)

Participant Package

$60 + Shipping

Optional Add Ons

Shipping Charges

Pricing for the Coral Creations event includes the base event fee plus a per participant charge based on the package option selected.


Coral Creations virtual paint night event participant package

Nikolina Kovalenko


Nikolina Kovalenko received her Master of Fine Arts from Moscow’s Surikov Art Institute and studied at Universität der Künste in Berlin. Nikolina holds a Gold Medal from the Russian Art Academy and her art has been featured in exhibitions in the United States, Russia, Japan, Germany, France, and Iceland. Nikolina’s exhibition history includes solo shows at Gitana Rosa Gallery and Dacia Gallery, along with group shows at Cheryl Hazan Contemporary, Townsend Modern/Contemporary, Mayson Gallery, Select Art Fair, 212 Arts, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Aureus Contemporary, Drawing Rooms, and Erarta Gallery among others. 

Her art has also been featured at the Russian Museum in Saint Petersburg and has been reviewed in many art blogs, newspapers, and magazines, and is held in numerous corporate and private collections. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

“My work focuses on climate change and humanity’s psychological connection with nature. Through my paintings of fragile ecosystems I strive to expose the consequences our everyday actions have on the environment.”