Redcliffe’s Pinot and Picasso is a creative experience on the Redcliffe Peninsula that lets individuals and groups of friends brush up on their art skills.
Each week, Pinot and Picasso’s experienced artists will teach participants the basic techniques of painting on canvas in a fun, hassle-free and collaborative setting.
With the added bonus of bring-your-own alcohol and grazing platters, as well as popular music playing during each session, these workshops are a fun way for everyone to release their inner Picasso and take home their very own masterpiece.
The studio, which can be found north of Brisbane on the Redcliffe Parade, is part of Australia’s number one Paint and Sip experience – with more than 70 studios operating around the country.
With sessions that cater to beginners and more advanced artists, all participants will enjoy painting differently themed workshops including animals, landscapes, famous buildings, flowers, faces and more, all with a glass of wine in hand!
At each session, the host will take you through their comprehensive step-by-step instructions before letting you unleash your own creative flair on the blank space of the canvas.
By the end of the session, you will leave with your very own unique masterpiece to proudly display at home.
If you are looking for a private venue to share a glass of wine with your friends, Pinot and Picasso also cater for private functions such as birthday parties, bachelorette parties, and corporate team building events.
It’s as easy as choosing your date, selecting the artwork and bringing your favourite alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink along with you.
Pinot and Picasso is also suitable for children’s birthday parties, and host kids’ art classes during the Queensland school holidays.
Pinot and Picasso can be found at shop 3/13 Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe.
The studio is open every Friday to Sunday from 7-10pm.
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