Frequently Asked Questions

What are you COVID precautions? Do you require masks?

We ask that you wear a mask when you enter the studio, when at your seat, and when you are up walking around. You are able to take your mask off when sipping on beverages, but we ask that it please be worn at all other times. We have complimentary masks if you forget to bring one. We are spacing groups six feet apart to ensure everyone's safety, as well as taking temperatures at the door. Groups will be seated together at the same tables. We also sanitize all surfaces after each class, and wash each apron after being worn.

Do you have sanitizing stations available?

Yes, we have plenty of hand sanitizer and two sinks in the front room where you can wash your hands.

What does the class cost?

Prices vary per event. See the events calendar for pricing and details. Drinks are NOT included due to California liquor laws. Please contact us for private party pricing...

Do you offer private event?

We are currently offering in-studio, mobile, and virtual private events. Call for more details at (925) 743-9900.

How do I get my supplies for virtual private events?

If you organize a virtual private event, your supplies will be available at the studio for pick on an arranged day and time. You can always request to pick they up at earlier times by emailing us at danville@pintospalette.com. We are happy to get your supplies ready earlier.

Is there reserved seating?

Yes, we have your easel set up for you at your spot before you arrive or class. If you have friends attending the class that you'd like to sit by, you can let us know when you book the class or you can send us an email (danville@pinotspalette.com)

What do I need to bring to class?

We provide the canvas, easel, brushes, paints and apron for the class. All you need to bring is appetizers, desserts you might want during the class. We have paper plates, napkins and plastic ware. No outside food or drinks allowed.

When do I need to arrive for class?

We recommend you arrive 20 minutes before class to allow time for you to get settled in and mingle before the painting starts. The bar opens 15 minutes prior to class start time.

Can I bring my own wine?

Sorry, BYOB is not allowed by our liquor license but we carry a wide variety of wines and beer for your enjoyment.

Can I bring a friend with me to sit and not paint in the studio?

Unfortunately due to our limited capacity we do not allow people to attend our painting classes with out a reservation.

What days are classes held?

PUBLIC CLASSES: See our events calendar on our website. OFFICE HOURS: Our studio office is open for inquires Tuesday-Friday, 10 - 5 pm. PRIVATE PARTIES: The studio is available for private parties, fundraisers and corporate team building events 10am to 10pm. Please inquire with studio for current availability.

What is the cancelation policy for class.

No refunds will be issued for reservations. If you cancel with at least 48 hours notice your payment will be turned into a store credit (good for 60 days) that can be used for a future class. Please email danville@pinotspalette.com to cancel.

I don't have any artistic talent? Will I be able to complete the painting?

Absolutely! Our artist will guide you step-by-step through the featured painting and will ensure that you stay on track to completing your masterpiece by the end of class. We use acrylic paint, which makes mistakes easy to fix and perfect.

Do you ship supplies for virtual events?

Yes we offer the option of shipping the kits of supplies with an additional shipping and handling charge. Call for more information on our shipping policies at (925) 743-9900

What is the minimum and maximum number of guest for a private event?

Private events require a minimum of 10 paying guests and a maximum of 32 guests.

Do we offer classes for guest under 21?

Yes, classes are open to all ages at our Danville studio. Sometimes, we like to have a night just for adults. Age limits will be specified on the otherwise they are open to all. Check our event calendar for Little Brushes events and age appropriate painting classes.

What should I wear to class?

No dress code here... dress casual or dress up. We will provide you with an apron but painters have been known to get paint on clothing. We have a washing station and try to act quickly to help remove the paint!

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