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We host high end makers and artisans. We also teach beginning art to amazing individuals who crave to create. Our goal here is to teach art and sell art we find not only amazing but useful.

Each maker and artisan we host has a story. They have a journey that lead them to us and from us they will continue to grow. We want not only our makers and artisans to feel at home but also our shoppers. Stop by anytime just to enjoy our vibe and be inspired.

We have many talented art instructors here. They range from teaching age 5 to adults. We meet you where you are, not the other way around. Come with no experience or be talented yourself. You will not be overwhelmed. You will leave with more talent and joy to keep on creating.

Cheers!

The Pipe and Palette Team

Thank you for visiting Pipe & Palette

ARTICLES FEATURING US

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RANDOM COLORS

Eight-year-old Ethan Patterson likes dogs, the Texas Rangers and Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh. He’s also an aspiring artist.

Ethan practices his craft around two hours a day; sometimes in formal classes, other times following along with a YouTube video showing step by step of a cartoon drawing, or just doodling.

Ethan sometimes sells art at his lemonade stand and has painted a number of people’s pets on commission. In about five days, Ethan will paint a unique abstract interpretation of your pet for around $20.

He even painted my family’s beloved Norwegian Forest cat, Barkley, in fantastic metallic blue, white and orange. I asked what inspired him to use those colors. “I choose whatever colors I like. Sometimes it’s just a random guess,” he explains. So far, Ethan has donated $150 to the animal shelter by selling art and has also saved some for himself in the bank.

Like many creatives, Ethan’s interest in painting was sparked in art class at school. He asked his mom to sign him up for classes at Pipe and Palette in Downtown Plano, where he’s been taking lessons for a year now.

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RANDOM COLORS

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Eight-year-old Ethan Patterson likes dogs, the Texas Rangers and Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh. He’s also an aspiring artist.

Ethan practices his craft around two hours a day; sometimes in formal classes, other times following along with a YouTube video showing step by step of a cartoon drawing, or just doodling.

Ethan sometimes sells art at his lemonade stand and has painted a number of people’s pets on commission. In about five days, Ethan will paint a unique abstract interpretation of your pet for around $20.

He even painted my family’s beloved Norwegian Forest cat, Barkley, in fantastic metallic blue, white and orange. I asked what inspired him to use those colors. “I choose whatever colors I like. Sometimes it’s just a random guess,” he explains. So far, Ethan has donated $150 to the animal shelter by selling art and has also saved some for himself in the bank.

Like many creatives, Ethan’s interest in painting was sparked in art class at school. He asked his mom to sign him up for classes at Pipe and Palette in Downtown Plano, where he’s been taking lessons for a year now.