Here's your chance to WIN A FREE PAINTING PARTY for you and possibly two (2) of your friends, where you can join us to paint and sip on some fine wines and beers. If you are able to assemble our painting collage puzzle and identify our paintings, you'll be entered into the drawing to win.
Here are the rules:
The puzzle game must be played and assembled using a minimum of 150 pieces in order to qualify for the drawing. If a contestant's name is drawn that assembles the puzzle using 250 or more pieces, s/he will get to bring two friends along...so go for it!
Once you assemble the puzzle using 150 pieces or more, correctly identify the names of the 50 paintings that make up the puzzle collage, then submit a screenshot from your computer or phone of the completed puzzle, along with the 50 painting names. The screen shot must include your name/username and the number of pieces used to assemble the puzzle. Screenshot and painting names can be emailed or private messaged to us; include your name, phone number and email address.
The winner will be selected randomly from the contestants that solve the puzzle and identify the names of ALL 50 of the paintings, which can be found in our painting library. Share this with your friends so you can team up and try to win!
Private message us on our Facebook page or email us your solved puzzle entry at LittleRock@pinotspalette.com by midnight on August 15th.
Previous winners of any of our previous contests and Art-Bassadors are NOT eligible to participate.
Only one (1) member per immediate/extended family can enter.
Pinot's Palette Little Rock reserves the right to cancel the contest or void a contest entry in the event of rules violations.
While you're perusing our library, let us know what your favorite paintings are and we might just include them in an upcoming schedule.
Enjoy the puzzle game! We hope you will have the chance to paint and sip with us!
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Contest Terms and Conditions: Contestants will not be eligible if he or she reveals the puzzle solution publicly online or in other formats. One entry per contestant. Must include email address and phone number along with contest entry response.
Intimidated by corporate team building activity ideas? Help your team “think outside the box” using painting activities to express their creativity. Painting as a group hits the most important aspects of team building. Grab your favorite bottle of wine, sit back and let the creative minds get to work.
Team projects make up the majority of the tasks given in the workplace today. In order to have success, a collaborative team environment is essential. Make your corporate team building activity useful and enjoyable by using group painting assignments that will help tap into their creative spirit.
Expressing your artistic ideas to your team may be difficult. Working through these issues by using different channels of communication will demonstrate how you can push through difficult situations and appreciate your teams’ diversity.
Part of corporate team building activities captures critical thinking. Natural creative talent is not a necessity during this project. This project will challenge you to express the small or large amount of creativeness your team possesses.
4. Fun Along The Way
Team building should be fun and somewhat relaxed. Spice up this painting activity by bringing some appetizers to share with the group and enjoying a bottle of wine from our impressive collection. This will make for a lively environment to create in.
5. Prideful Products
With the use of expert guidance your team will produce a masterpiece. The tangible canvas featuring your end product will be packed full of your teams collaborative work. Having something to take back to the office and show off makes this experience unforgettable.
Let us help make this experience one to remember! Visit our website at www.pinotspalette.com/woodlands, call 936-321-2787 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and availability.
First dates can usually go in two directions, good… or not so good. Use this new opportunity to learn about your date and yourself to see if they are the right fit for you. There are many areas to consider when planning a first date. Here are some questions you may want to ask yourself when planning a Wine & Canvas first date:
Is this date adventurous?
The dinner and a movie idea is very much outdated. A wine and canvas first date shows that some thought and creativity went into the planning. Look at this date as a mini adventure, maybe something that neither you nor your date has done before. Either way it will open up new conversation topics and create excitement building up to the date.
Is this a good environment for a first date?
Wine & Canvas dates create a very relaxed and comfortable setting. If you are worried about not being creative or good at painting, don’t be! The expert instructors are easy to follow and will help you create a masterpiece. The painting class setting is intimate enough to allow you to talk and get to know each other, however; having a third party instructor and an activity to do will break things up if the situation gets awkward. Did we mention there is wine? Help yourself to the wine selection while you are painting to relieve some tension from the situation.
Is there an escape plan?
Hopefully you will not need to take advantage of this escape plan, but there is one. Our classes are run on a schedule letting you determine how long you will be spending with your date. When the time is up you have the option of saying your goodbyes or moving on to your next adventure. This aspect will make you feel better if conversation is running dry and things are not going the way you planned.
This summer we had our first series of "Little Brushes" kids classes at the Prairie Village studio, and we are excited to develop this program for the future! We had two classes per week through July 17th, and each day featured a different painting that was colorful, vibrant and fun. These classes offer your little ones a fun and creative outlet outside of school where they can paint with friends and listen to music. Parents are always welcome to stay for the duration of the class and can even paint themselves if desired! We're planning on having a kids camp during the holiday season as well, where parents can drop of their kids so they can get some holiday shopping done...so definitely keep an eye out for the holiday schedule!