Pinot and Picasso

17 September - 15 October

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Pinot and Picasso, Australia’s #1 Paint and Sip Experience, are partnering with Floriade. Follow local artists as they will guide you through basic painting techniques in a hassle-free, collaborative setting among the flowerbeds at Commonwealth park.

Anyone can enjoy Pinot and Picasso painting classes, no matter your previous experience with art. From the true beginner to the expert painter, all are invited.

Workshops will be held each Saturday during Floriade with two styles of paintings on offer.


TWO STYLES OF PAINTINGS ON OFFER AT FLORIADE!

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24 September, 8 and 15 October

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17 September and 1 October


WHAT TO EXPECT

It is normal for beginner painters to be a little nervous when they first enter a painting studio. However, most of our Wine and Paint Belconnen guests quickly realize that our fun experience is like no other. When you book with Pinot and Picasso, we strive to keep the atmosphere fun and engaging with no pressure to do well.

During each Paint and Sip Belconnen experience, you will receive easy-to-follow instructions from one of our enthusiastic artists. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, there are no expectations and no judgements on your work at Paint and Pinot Belconnen.

Our painters always enjoy that they get to view their paintings in their home for the rest of their life. We love that your art will brighten your life each day.


Event Info

When: Workshops will be held each Saturday during Floriade. 12.30pm-2.30pm
17 September | 24 September | 1 October | 8 October | 15 October

Where: The Terrace, Floriade. Commonwealth Park
Tickets: $65.00 Available to purchase through Ticketek

Workshop Details:
This is not a BYO event. A variety of food and drink is available for purchase inside the Floriade event precinct.

The price per seat includes everything you’ll need to create your masterpiece (except whatever you’ll be drinking).
A 16′ x 20′ blank canvas. Acrylic paints. Brushes. Table easel. Pinot & Picasso apron.

Commonwealth Park