The plan was to have the guests sit at a long table and draw one another’s portraits. All the men, the women joke, are across the street at Rock & Brews.Each portrait would take about eight minutes before people switched partners. With rows of massive TV screens, more than 100 craft beers and a rock-themed beer garden, the restaurant is a bit of a macho magnet.I didn’t realize that the men out there aren’t good men — those are staying in their marriages.”Solomon is a performance artist, but she says she doesn’t meet a lot of single men in art circles.“I think they’re just there to buy art,” she says.As she finishes her thought, a distinguished-looking man walks into the museum.For me, the event was enjoyable and met my goals in connecting with others after the event." -Russ more...Click the "Buy Now" button for the Los Angeles event you would like to attend. Please read the Information Regarding Age Groups, Cancellation Policy and Free Pass Policy HERE.
When she reflects on the end of her marriage she sometimes thinks, “Wow, I must’ve been out of my mind.Jaray Watkins, whose smile and laugh light up the room, found out about the event from the same website as Neal.“Honestly, this is very out of my comfort zone,” she says, adding that at first she was disappointed when no men showed up, but that her disappointment soon gave way to relief. There is Champagne and laughter, and quite a few creative pictures are completed.Later that evening, after the Times reporter has left the event, Solomon texts her an update.” Solomon says, perking up and speaking a bit too loudly.She signals with an exaggerated arm wave to Hogan, and then addresses the man from her spot at the table.“Are you here to draw? He turns and blinks his eyes like a fawn in high beams.