business closed before i could use the groupon
The Groupon stated 'free wine or beer' and upon booking, we learned the place was closing the NEXT day and they had no beer, NO soft drinks, and only big bottles of wine that had been opened weeks prior ;(
Get there early to get a good viewing spot
The instructor went through the instructions too quickly and I felt rushed.
No break so could not have wine.
Class said easy but was difficult
Teacher did not help and was very annoying.
I would not come back or recommend.
We had a lot of fun, the teacher was super funny and laughed a lot!
Make sure to chose the right level of your artwork experience. There is a pub next door.
It was awesome and can't wait to go back.
It was fun . They were unable to,serve wine when we went which I am sure would have made it a bit more fun and less stressful! The instruction was a bit fast or "lightly" instructed at times leaving many unsure of what to do next and how to do it. It was an okay experience. Wine, better viewing and slower clear instructions would had made it a bit better! But still a new experience to try.
From Our Editors
After Joan Duce and her siblings Jim and Katy Reischling attended a painting class, they soon decided they enjoyed the pastime enough to open their own studio. Five local painters—some of whom have painted their whole lives, and have taught classes elsewhere—have joined the owners of Embellished in their mission to immerse visitors in a painting class free from the formalities of other art classes, such as berets and white-tie suits. The teachers lead students equipped with aprons, acrylic paints, and brushes through a step-by-step painting process from seats at private easels. Under their guidance, students have created canvas works such as a diptych of a vintage truck, portraits of flowers and trees, and re-creations of famous paintings such as Van Gogh's Starry Night. As they paint, participants can sip red and white wines and locally brewed IPAs, and snack on hors d'oeuvres to the tune of provided music and the sounds of paint drying on canvas.