Tuesday, July 13
7:00 - 9:00PM
Imagine yourself taking in this kaleidoscopic sunset and breathing in that sea air. Ah, life is good!
*We are still limiting our studio capacity and do our best to keep social distance between groups- so please note in your seating request if you are part of a group and who you wish to be seated with. Everyone coming to the studio must have a paid reservation!
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.
What days of the week are public classes held?
We offer virtual step-by-step paint-at home classes (with or without supplies).. We no longer offer in-studio classes.,
Where is Pinot's Palette/Wichita located?
We're at 338 N. Mead in Old Town Square, between 2nd & 3rd - just east of the Warren Old Town Theater, and north of City Arts.
How do I sign up for a class?
It's easy! Look at the upcoming calendar, click on the image of the painting you want to sign up for and add it to your cart. Follow the on-screen directions to complete the order. If you have any problems signing up, call or email the studio for assistance.
How much do classes cost?
Virtual classes with supply kits (paint, canvas, brushes, palette plate, etc.) are $30. If you have your own supplies and only need the link to the class, the cost is $20 per person.
Is there an age limit for the public classes?