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Danielle S.
Report | 10 days ago
Raphael is a great instructor and makes for a fun evening.
Rebekah D.
Report | 20 days ago
This is by far the best place to paint and sip wine. My girlfriends and I can promise the best experience here. I do recommend if you take a class, have Raffaele as the instructor. He's so nice & patient. From beginners to pros he's a pro!
Bridget J.
Report | 21 days ago
This was a great experience! The instructor was patient, entertaining, and engaging all at the same time. I will definitely be going again!!!
Connie S.
Report | a month ago
Be sure to take a picture of what you want to paint if you're going on "open" nite...........I wiah I had looked thru some of my old calendars for something.
Gina D.
Report | 2 months ago
Raffaele was wonderful. Very patient and encouraging. THANK YOU!!
Report | 2 months ago
Raffaele is a great teacher....or more a partner is Art!! I highly recommand any of his sessions.
Mary S.
Report | 2 months ago
Great instructor and relaxed atmosphere, especially for the novice.
Report | 4 months ago
Loved it! Great time!
Amanda E.
Report | 4 months ago
They don't outline the art. V. Independent but welcoming.
Erica R.
Report | 5 months ago
Great team of folks! Loved the positive feedback and suggestions!
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From Our Editors

Sisters and native Charlotteans Neha Negandhi and Monika Shah didn?t let respective stints in Seattle and Alaska keep them away from their hometown arts scene. Inspired by similar BYOB painting sessions seen during their travels, they harnessed their diverse experiences with event management and Alaskan train tours to open their own studio, where they encourage students of all artistic levels to tap into their inimitable creativity just as they did. Joined by an impressive cast of local artists, the sisters unfurl a calendar stocked with a barrage of painting options, allowing students to portray a sailboat with an impressionistic mast or a seahorse wearing a gilded saddle.

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