Welcome to The Art Cabana! We're Mark and Tine Litzinger and we opened our little art studio on Rt. 8 in 2018, but we've known each other for much longer. We met in 2009 when we were working at the same company in Johnstown. We married in 2020 (and again in 2021 - ask us about that!) and we have four dogs - Reggi, Hank, Zita and Mojo.
Mark has been drawing and painting for as long as he can remember. His sources of inspiration are comic books, 80s music videos, TV & internet painting popularizers, and colorful, weird people in general. He got his BA in studio art from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and he sees life as one great big art experiment!
Tine, also known as Christine, is responsible for many of the glass and craft offerings we offer at The Art Cabana. She's also come up with quite a few popular painting offerings. She only recently began to sell her artwork, and her emerging style has been incredibly popular with our studio's visitors!
Come enjoy our warm and welcoming studio and the wide variety of painting and crafting classes we offer. So, check out our calendar, grab a beverage or two, and come unwind with us. Whether it's painting or crafting, you can't spell "party" without ART!
Mark, Tine & the Painted Pug
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I bring?
Bring your inner-artist. If you'd like, bring some good friends and a few tasty beverages, too. Your class fee covers all materials needed to complete the session.
What should I wear?
There's no dress code, but most people wear casual attire. We'll provide some aprons for painting and safety glasses for glass-working.
When/where/how do I pay?
You can pay for your workshop the day of, onsite, with credit, cash or check!
Can I book a party?
You can rent our space for a couple hours, you can book a private group or you can find a calendar event you'd like to attend.
Is The Art Cabana BYOB-friendly?
You bet your Heineken!