Wine and Canvas combines cocktailing and painting into a fun evening of creativity. I am admittedly not an artist in the least, but the Wine and Canvas instructor makes everything as easy as it can be, giving you step-by-step instructions on how to create the painting.
Then, we had time to grab a quick dinner while the canvas was drying. The event was held at Burntwood Tavern in Brecksville. I ordered the cedar-planked salmon, with asparagus and green beans.
After dinner and drying were complete, it was time to create the rose. At various points in the process, I didn’t think it looked too much like a rose.
But by the end, I was actually pretty happy with the result, if you stand far enough away from it. It’s like a Monet, right? (Please tell me you all remember that line from “Clueless!”)
While I’m still not feeling like an artist, Wine and Canvas was a really fun way to explore a new activity with friends, which is the most comfortable way to explore something new. I’d definitely try it again, perhaps when I could enjoy the wine portion as well! Click here to find out more about public upcoming Wine and Canvas events and get your creativity on!
***Disclosure: I am an officer for the Kappa Delta Cleveland West Alumnae Chapter. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***