Van Gogh's Almond Blossoms
Saturday, December 26
7:00 - 10:00PM
Vincent Van Gogh's brother, Theo, supported him throughout his painting career, both emotionally and financially. When Theo and his wife had a son and named him Vincent, Vincent was overcome with emotion. He painted this cheerful painting to hang in his newborn nephew's nursery. This painting features a heavy influence from the Japanese woodcuts that were popular in the day.
The Perfect Night Out
Enjoy drinks, upbeat music and hanging out with your favorite people while you paint! It's as fun for first-time painters as it is for experienced artists.
From the moment you walk in, the mood is light, the music is fun and the conversation comes easy!
Easy to Do
You don't need to be a seasoned painter — we make it easy for everyone to find their inner artist!
You'll get seats with all your friends, even if you book separately. Just tell us your friends' names when you register.
Paint Your Way
There's no rule that says you have to follow the artist's steps. It's your art, so paint it however you like!
Frequently Asked Questions
Check out our FAQs to learn more about what to expect from your Pinot's Palette experience or feel free to call the studio to speak to a member of our staff.
How do I sign up for a class?
Signing up is easy. Click the "Classes" link on the side of the page to view our calendar of paintings. Select which painting you would like to paint and click "Add Painting to Cart." Follow the on-screen directions to complete the order. Contact us if you have trouble completing your order and we will walk you through the process.
What days are classes held?
General Studio classes are held all evenings except Tuesdays, however, private parties can be requested any day of the week We also offer afternoon classes during the week & on Saturday/Sunday – view our class calendar to find out more!
What does a class cost?
Weeknight classes are 2 hours and cost $35 per painter. Some Friday & Saturday classes are 3 hours and cost $45 per painter.
When do I need to arrive for class?
We recommend you arrive 30 minutes before class starts to allow time for you to get settled in and mingle before the painting begins.
Is there reserved seating?
Yes, we have your easel set up for you at your spot before you arrive for 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 (…just make sure to give us at least 24 hours notice).