By Mike Douglas.

Love me do ART that is the name and sentiment of Rosie Sayegh’s new business.

She’s building a business around networking and socializing through painting events, with themes like ‘sensual flow’, using an emotionally stimulating music playlist, along with tasty foods and wine, which will add up to a special night for expressing feelings and enjoying varied cultural tastes and appeals.

Artist, mom and former lab technician, Rosie developed her business plan with the assistance of the Mississauga Business Enterprise Centre and later won a grant from them to help start her new enterprise.

 This month, watch out for Rosie’s first event for only 25 patrons to enjoy –  “Splat”, an abstract paint night social, inspired by Jackson Pollack. Delight in releasing all your inner stresses and unwanted emotions to upbeat house music. Rosie wants to bring joy, peace, love and happiness to people.

“Splat” will be held on September 22 at the Mississauga Valleys Community Centre studio space.

Why?

“I just want to help create a safer, less stressful community, in a more loving environment. I want people to have more love in their life, so I am trying to do my little bit to help make this a better world.” Rosie goes on to add, that splattering paint taps into inner feelings and releases them with smiles. And that is why she wanted to launch her business.

“You won’t believe how good you feel afterwards!” she laughs.

Customers can create a masterpiece while enjoying inexpensive and sure-fire positive therapy, guaranteed to put a smile on their face. Aprons and all painting tools are provided, wear clothes you don’t care about getting dirty, for expressive table painting.

There’s only room for 25 enthusiasts.

For tickets and more information, call or text Rosie at 647 530 2766, and find her on Facebook @LovemedoART.

Click here to register for the event! 
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