Art explores the great mysteries of the world, such as the secret of Mona Lisa's smile and why the Renaissance was swarming with winged babies. Delve into the unknown with this Groupon.
- $22 for a two-hour BYOB painting class (a $35 value)
Led by local artists, the two-hour class equips students with the canvases, paints, and supplies needed to paint sunflowers, sailboats, or other themes in a rotating selection of projects. Students bring along snacks and alcoholic or nonalcoholic beverages of their choice, and the studio provides cups, corkscrews, and ice. If they don't finish or are unsatisfied with their paintings, they can return to continue working at an announced date. The studio recommends artists arrive at least 15 minutes early. See a complete schedule with class projects and times here.
Corks and Canvases
At Corks and Canvases, local artists demonstrate how to paint vivid scenes while students sip their favorite wines. After passing out canvases and supplies, teachers guides attendees aged 15 and older stroke-by-stroke through the process of creating projects such as a Van Gogh–inspired starry night over Pittsburgh or a sailboat as it floats at sunset. At BYOB classes, they invite guests to uncork a vintage and nibble snacks brought from home. The studio also hosts bachelor or bachelorette parties, fundraising events, and family nights that let kids and their smartest stuffed animals paint alongside adults.
96% of 71 customers recommend
“fun evening out”
“The class was enjoyable, and the Inustructor Pam was very helpful in trying to get us to unleash our inner artist. The class could be a little longer by about a half...”
“The class was enjoyable, and the Inustructor Pam was very helpful in trying to get us to unleash our inner artist. The class could be a little longer by about a half hour.”
“I had a great time! One recommendation for the business is a bigger or more clear sign, both next to the road and on the building. I had to drive really slow on 22...”
“I had a great time! One recommendation for the business is a bigger or more clear sign, both next to the road and on the building. I had to drive really slow on 22 to read the sign to see what plaza it was in, and once I parked I had no idea where the studio was.”