Grab your paintbrushes and canvases, the ultimate artistic experience is arriving in New Zealand.
Pinot and Picasso, a paint and sip experience with a twist, is opening their studio doors in New Zealand for the first time this August. So, whether you’re a finger painter or master with a paintbrush, it’s time to unleash your inner Picasso.
This must-try creative experience allows Kiwis of all artistic ability the opportunity to let their imagination run wild, with the first Pinot & Picasso studios to open in Albany, Auckland and Wellington’s Hutt Valley. There will be five more studios across the country due to open their doors in the coming months, their flagship studio in central Auckland will be the creative hub. The permanent, built for purpose sites will have Kiwis transforming blank canvases into masterpieces in no time.
Each session is hosted by a professional artist who will guide the guests through basic painting techniques, allowing them showcase their hidden talents and experiment with colour, all while sipping on a beverage of their choice.
With old-school hits playing and the opportunity to pre-book a platter, Pinot & Picasso is the perfect space for all occasions – from catching up with a mate, to hen’s nights, birthday parties and work dos. So, grab your favourite bottle of vino, a date or a mate, and get creative!
“We want Kiwis to really embrace their creativity, be confident in their painting ability and have a good time. While we’re initially opening studios in Auckland and Wellington, we’d love to see Pinot & Picasso all over New Zealand so everyone can come together to experiment and get creative,” said James Crowe, a founder of Pinot & Picasso.