Pinot's Palette Webster Groves offers painting classes where guests are invited to bring their friends, open a bottle of wine and create a beautiful work of art! One of this studio's most popular classes is Project Pet in which the artist walks students step-by-step through a painting of their own pet!
Now Pinot's Palette artists will create paintings of nine rescued animals that have been given a second chance through Stray Rescue. These paintings will be combined with others at the Urban Wanderers Art Exhibition. The exhibit opens with a reception at Gallery 400 at 400 Washington Ave. on Friday, July 10, from 5 to 8 p.m. It will continue through Aug. 2.
Artists from Pinot’s Palette Webster Groves will help raise money for Stray Rescue at the Urban Wanderers Art Exhibition & Auction. This year’s theme is “Face of Survival. Artists from across the nation will auction off painting, sculptures, photographs and other pieces to raise money for the no-kill animal shelter. Even animals at Stray Rescue used their noses, tails and paws to paint their own masterpieces. Pinot’s Palette teaches anyone how to paint just about anything. Instructors provide the tools. Adult students provide the friends, food and wine.
Eight Pinot's Palette Artist created 11 paintings for this event through their Project Pet class in which they walk students through painting their own pet!
We were so excited to see the blog that Malibu Mama Loves posted on her blog about her fun night out at Pinot's Palette Westlake Village. She was so sweet and got the full scoop from my sister and I about our journey to open up our paint and wine studio. We really loved all of the pictures she took of her canvas' transformation into a masterpiece! Go check out her blog and get a front row seat to her night out at Pinot's Palette Westlake Village!
Set on the oak-shaded grounds of Eden Theological Seminary in the heart of historic Webster Groves, this year's "Art & Air, The Webster Arts Fair," was help over the June 5-7 weekend. Supported by the nonprofit Webster Arts, Air & Air featured food from local restaurants, non-stop live performances, art demonstrations creative activities and more than 110 juried artist. Pinot's Palette Webster Groves sponsored the children's mural at the fair. Will Cobar, age 6 and a resident of Glendale, can be seen enjoying painting the mural with Rachel Bick of Pinot's Palette.
For the second year in a row, Pinot's Palette - The Glen, has been nominated for the best DATE NIGHT in the Arts and Entertainment category, according to Make It Better magazine. We're honored to be included with some heavy hitters like, Ravinia and Trifecta Grill. Vote for Pinot's Palette here!
Check out our upcoming date night event, August 1! Paint this solo, or mirror image for an awesome date night painting extending across two canvases!