Enjoy the Pinot’s Palette experience from the comfort of your home! Register for one of their live, virtual events. The studio’s artists will guide you step-by-step through the project. The experience is completely interactive – you’ll be able to ask the artists questions throughout the event.

If you cannot join at the scheduled time, the class is recorded for your convenience and will be available for 4 days following the scheduled live class.


How Does it Work?

You will receive a paint at home kit that includes a 16×20 inch canvas, paint brushes, paint, disposable apron, water cup, palette plates, paper towels and a link to join the live interactive class from home.


  1. Reserve your seat online
  2. Pick up all the supplies you need from our studio by appointment. You name the time and we will meet you curbside. We are also able to deliver within 10 miles OR ship across the US for an additional fee.
  3. Using your computer, tablet or phone, login to the live stream painting class a few minutes before scheduled start time..
  4. Turn on your favorite music and pour a glass of your favorite beverage while we Paint. Drink. Have Fun!


Check out this week’s class selection:

Tuesday May 12

7 p.m.                 Apricot Roses

Wednesday May 13

7 p.m.                 Aurora Nights

Thursday May 14

7 p.m.   Japanese Spring

Friday May 15

3 p.m.                 Anime Eyes

6:30 p.m.            Sunflower Dance

7 p.m.                 Majestic Fairytail

Saturday May 16

4 p.m.                 Dressed to Frill

6:30 p.m.            Cute Shaggy Cow

Sunday May 17

1 p.m.                 Water Lillies at Morning

4:30 p.m.            Manet’s Lilac’s in a Glass


For more fun things to do in Columbus this week, check out the latest issue of Fun10Columbus. 

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