I partnered with Pinot’s Palette to disconnect to reconnect for this campaign. In order to share it with you I had to take photos and I decided to video but I assure you that we are all planning on going back and although I may take a photo or two, my phone will be shut off for the 3 hours.
Working in social media doesn’t allow me much time to unplug but on the weekends you will find at least one day that I’m nowhere to be found. This year the National Day of Unplugging is March 3rd & 4th and I have the perfect way for you and your friends or you and your partner to disconnect from the world to reconnect, having an old school good time! I grabbed three besties to unplug with wine and paint at Pinot’s Palette. I’ve been hearing about these painting events but truthfully it was the last thing from my mind because I stink at painting artistic pictures unless it’s paint by numbers.
If you think of an artist’s studio, you normally picture walls draped with beautiful art. When you walk into Pinot’s Pallette you will spend time soaking in all the beautiful pieces hanging. Long tables with chairs will hold your easels along with brushes, a canvas, paper towels, water (to clean your brushes), and a palette full of beautiful colored paints.
You will find a bar so you can order your beer, wine, or a drink. Great music will be playing and there are cubbies to place all your things.
Picasso at Work
Like any artist, you will first grab an apron and of course your glass of wine! You will sit with your blank canvas in front of you and on a small stage will be your art instructor. Our instructor, was was amazing, showed us step by step and we learned quickly that there are no mistakes. Each stroke made you more confident as you watched an image appear before your eyes. We encouraged each other while laughing mostly at the amazement we were actually doing it.
It Was A Fake
Once we completed our masterpiece, we visited each of our paintings one by one comparing the similarities and pointing out the differences. Every one of them looked amazing. This was when we thought our spouses would not believe we actually painted them from a blank white canvas. This was no fake- we created these pieces with our own hands!
When I got home, I placed my treasure in its place on my wall. It’s priceless. We had so much fun at Pinot’s Palette that we’re now planning a group couples painting session. It’s the perfect night to unplug and reconnect!
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Who would you take to paint with you?