Taking an art class sounds intimidating, doesn’t it? If you said yes you are not alone. Many people secretly want to learn to paint but either believe they do not have the talent or are afraid to mess up in front of others. Unlike serious classes, our paint and sip lets you paint a canvas in a relaxed atmosphere. Here, you can enjoy the experience and company without having to worry about your painting skills.
Most people find that painting is not nearly as hard as they think once they get a few lessons and relax with a drink. When you paint a canvas to have fun, somehow all that anxiety just melts away.
How Paint and Sip Reno Classes Work
Paint and sip has become a popular activity in nearly every city in the country. Many businesses (like wineries) are now inviting mobile paint and sip companies in to attract customers.
Come in, order a drink and enjoy the music and company of your date or friends. While there, you will paint a canvas, which is provided by the paint and sip establishment along with all the tools you need.
Instructors teach you step-by-step how to paint and help you as needed. These classes are geared for everyone, from those terrified at the very idea of picking up a paint brush to those who have some painting experience.
Have the Most Fun You Have Ever Had as You Paint a Canvas
If the thought of picking up a paint brush fills you with dread, fear not. Our paint and sip classes in Reno are designed to take the anxiety out of creating your masterpiece.
Our instructors are not there to judge, but to help you have fun and learn to enjoy the painting experience. They are skilled at teaching everyone, so there is no such thing as not enough experience. It is their job to teach you one end of the paintbrush from the other.
Many of our guests tell us their evening of paint and sip Reno was one of the most fun experiences they have ever had. Canvas Junkies strives to create a fun and relaxing environment and encourages you to take advantage of our full bar to make your painting experience enjoyable. Come paint a canvas and then take it home as a memento of a great evening.