Painting in groups can help artists combat the type of existential despair that led to Picasso’s blue period and Monet’s sad-clown summer. Paint in good company and good cheer with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $17 for a painting class for one (a $35 value)
- $34 for a painting class for two (a $70 value) <p>
Professional local artists teach 15–30 students of all skill levels to splash landscapes, cityscapes, or abstract paintings across a canvas through step-by-step instruction. Classes are held at a variety of local restaurants, bars, and public venues, and all supplies are included. Some classes are BYOB, and during those that are not, discounted adult and nonalcoholic beverages will be available for purchase at the venue. Click here to check out Colors & Bottles’s schedule, which includes each class’s location, painting theme, and whether or not the class is BYOB or top-hat optional.
Colors & Bottles
Colors & Bottles' founder Jessica Burley and her band of talented local artists are dedicated to supporting local emerging talent and businesses through art instruction held at nearby venues. Their resident artists travel to local eateries and art galleries, where they teach students of all skill levels to fashion dimensional masterpieces through step-by-step instruction. They also kindle creativity during private parties held at the location of your choice, asking only that the destination be outfitted with enough tables, chairs, and paint-by-numbers templates of the Sistine Chapel ceiling for all invitees. Colors & Bottles has received a nod for their engagingly creative events on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and within the pages of the Columbus Dispatch.
83% of 807 customers
“It was a perfect Sunday afternoon activity! Very chill and fun! Great to go with a couple of friends :)”
“We had a great time and now that I tried a painting class, I want to do it again! It was amazing to see all the different styles of art work from everyone there.”
“Very fun class Would have been nice to be updated of the address change”