POSH is located on the Pearl Street Mall, the heart of Boulder's art community. It is a place for anyone who says they can't paint and for those who love to paint. You can either pick the date that works for you or the painting that you want hanging on your wall from our online calendar registration page. We provide the canvas, the brushes, the paint and the fun. Pish-Posh, you'll walk out with a completed painting. It's that easy and that fun.
The four co-founders of husband/wife teams Andrew and Adriane Fejer and Lloyd and Marsha Burch combined their love of art with their love of the Boulder Community and opened POSH - their dream child. Proud to be both locally and family owned, the four founders have lived and worked in the Boulder community for over 20 years and interestingly enough... all four have graduated from C.U. Boulder.
POSH Opens Doors on Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall April 1st – No Joke
|POSH – Boulder’s first combination art studio, wine bar and boutique - will open its creative doors on April 1st, announced co-founder Andrew Fejer.
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PRLog (Press Release)
– Jan 26, 2011
– Todd Walsh, leasing broker with The Colorado Group, Inc., represented Fejer and his partners in securing the site at 1468 Pearl on Boulder’s downtown mall. The new venue includes 1,700 square feet of studio and retail space including a 900 square foot basement, said Walsh. “This is an ideal location, in the heart of downtown Boulder, and it’s going to be a fantastic contribution to Boulder entertainment.”
“For a town as cool and trendy as Boulder is, there’s not a lot to do other than movies and dining,” Fejer said. He and his partners – wife Adriane Fejer and in-laws Lloyd and Marsha Burch – are out to fill this void with the opening of POSH, their dream child. Fejer said the four visited similar art enterprises out-of-state before deciding to open POSH. “I’ve never painted a thing in my life,” Fejer said. “But I came away with some pretty decent pieces…and was instantly hooked on the concept and began thinking about how to ‘boulderize’ the model. This is an experience that I believe the Boulder community will embrace and support.”
The music-filled art studio will accommodate up to 60 people, at painting tables facing a podium. Art instructors will provide step-by-step painting instruction and encouragement to ambitious novice artists as well as those just out to have some laughs. In addition to welcoming individual painters, Fejer is passionate about offering both the class and the space of POSH for corporate events, nonprofits, and other groups to put a little flare into their gatherings.
POSH will also house a boutique area, featuring a variety of local products, including art objects, foods, and locally hand-crafted pieces. And of course, a wine & beer bar - a secured liquor license is expected by the end of March, Fejer said. (For more information about the new venture, visit www.poshsplat.com)
For more information, contact Todd Walsh at the Colorado Group, 303-449-2131.
'Paint and wine' studio to open in Boulder
Posh, a “paint and wine studio,” is expected to open in downtown Boulder this spring.
Posted: 01/26/2011 04:45:49 PM MST
The four owners of POSH recently signed a lease for a 2,600-square-foot space at 1468 Pearl St., in a space formerly occupied by Z-CoiL, officials for the Boulder-based Colorado Group announced Wednesday.
When the business opens April 1, the intention is to offer 2-hour-long art instruction classes geared toward novice painters. The hope is to also sell beer and wine and include an accompanying retail space, said co-founder Andrew Fejer. Posh's space also is expected to be available for event uses, he said.
Fejer said he plans to feature local products and locally made goods to “Boulderize” the concept.
Posh is the brainchild of Fejer, his wife, Adriane, and her parents Lloyd and Marsha Burch — who operated Computer Source Inc. for 14 years in Boulder.
Todd Walsh, a leasing broker with The Colorado Group, represented Posh in the transaction.