Creating a 2-D rendition on canvas requires either the ability to masterfully wield a paintbrush or the strength to flatten a fruit bowl. Discover your artful brawn with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for a three-hour BYOB painting class for one (a $45 value)
- $35 for a three-hour BYOB painting class for two (a $90 value)
On Fridays, budding artists bring their favorite potables to BYOB sip-and-paint classes that feature step-by-step instruction on painting example images such as hearts and landscapes. Classes take place from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and are limited to 12 students aged 21 or older. Though bottles should be brought from home, the studio provides snacks, music, and all painting supplies.
Noric Art & Wellness
Norma Brinker could be called a natural. Starting at a very young age, she honed her skills painting for the fun of it. Today, she brings a wealth of experience and a bag of ideas to her studio, Noric Art & Wellness, where she inspires amateur artists with her passion for painting. During Friday night's BYOB classes, florid brush strokes alternate with delicate sips while Norma instructs students on painting select works of art that she has created and paintings of famous artists on blank canvases. When not teaching art classes, Norma puts her skills as a licensed massage therapist to work by doling out massages, cupping treatments, and reflexology.
93% of 216 customers recommend
“Loved the massage & loved the funky, bright, energetic art work all around!”
“Norma was AWESOME! I plan to go back without a Groupon, she was that good!”
“I think Norma mentioned wanting to start having pottery, which would be so fun, and had the idea that it would be especially good for families to come and do that...”
“I think Norma mentioned wanting to start having pottery, which would be so fun, and had the idea that it would be especially good for families to come and do that together - so agree! On the way home I thought it would be a great team building experience for groups of people who work together...we felt great camaraderie with the other people there, especially at our table...that could be built upon easily.”