Imagine a fun, creative place where you get to paint your own masterpiece. Join us for our next paint night! See our Calendar to see what we have planned.
Enjoy a glass of wine as you paint with new and old friends. We want to foster a friendly and fun environment for everyone! We provide the glass and you B.Y.O.B.!
Simple Strokes Art Studio is available for paint nights, children’s parties, private events, corporate events, community events and much more. Click the links above to find out more!
The “more” in our slogan includes our commitment to community. We are a family-oriented business wanting to help others while having a great time exploring creative activities.
Founder, Ean Pemberton, opened Simple Strokes Art Studio for his creative younger sister who enjoys drawing, baking, fashion and all things artistic! The purpose behind the studio was to provide an environment where his sister could develop her talents and grow as an artist. Ean took his passion for helping others and his entrepreneurial spirit to create Simple Strokes Art Studio where anyone can create their own masterpiece. His vision was not only to create a space for those with a passion for art, but also for people who simply wanted to paint, laugh and relax all at the same time while providing a safe, fun, and exciting environment for kids of all ages. Ean’s passion for working with children lead him to mentor at risk youth, get involved with after school programs, and several other non-profit organizations. He strongly believes that if we invest in today’s youth, we will build a brighter future for tomorrow! Ean is also passionate about making an impact in the elderly and foster care communities. By providing art therapy programs, the hope is to improve mental health, happiness and social connection and decrease isolation and depression through creative engagement.
Simple Strokes Art Studio Staff
• Hometown: Military brat, mostly Hesse, Germany
• Education: current Studio Art major at APSU
“I’ve been pursuing art ever since I can remember and have over 8 years of professional art classes as experience. Some of my favorite activities are sketching and painting with watercolor, or petting my cat.”
• Hometown: Military brat, born in Kansas
• Education: B.S. in Psychology, M.S. in Industrial Organizational Psychology from APSU
“I have an elephant tattoo! I enjoy HR stuff”
• Hometown: Born in Southaven, MS but raised in Memphis, TN
• Education: B.S. in Communications with minor in Studio Art from APSU
“I have been doing things pertaining to graphic design for a while, but really got my skills challenged with the start of my internship this past January. I interned with the athletics department, making graphics advertising a number of sports events on campus. Since then I have been working with many people making logos, business cards, flyers and more. For more of my work and services, visit jrobgfx.com.”
• Hometown: Murfreesboro, TN
• Education: Pursuing degree in Business Management
“I’m a mom of 2. I have worked in an administrative position for 6 years. I love to kayak and travel.”
• Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
• Education: Pursuing degree in Fine Art at APSU
“At the age of about 8 I took an interest in art. Growing up I was in many programs, the most important being a non profit called Lake Valley Camp, later working with them as Art Director. Through the efforts of this camp my goal is to start an organization that specializes in giving back efforts to young artists and creating murals in low income environments to promote community health, pride, and clean neighborhoods.”
• Hometown: Military brat, but in Clarksville since 2001
• Education: B.A. in Visual Communication, M.A. in Corporate Communication from APSU
“I’ve been drawing since I could hold a crayon! I paid part of my way through college teaching individual art lessons and college classes in web design and Photoshop. My current projects include a self-published comic book called My Name is Proxy.
• Hometown: Cedar Hill, TN
• Education: B.F.A. in Fine Art
“I’ve been shooting professionally for over 15 years. And I will gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.”