Unleash your creativity accompanied by your favorite glass of wine. Whether you’re an accomplished artist, or simply looking to try something new, loosen up and let it flow. Find a perfect paint and wine night in Pennsylvania at these 10 great spots!
Enjoy step-by-step instruction and sip some vino while you create at Williamsport’s Wine and Design. Bring your crew or significant other for a unique outing, and keep your painting as a memory of the good time you had! More experienced artists can choose to attend an open studio night for slightly less hands on instruction and a choice of subject matter.
Enjoy a two-hour class taught by a talented local artist. Just bring yourself—aMuse will provide all necessary materials, from smock to wine!
For five years, the Uncorked Artist has provided Warminster with quality art instruction and a giant side of fun! Choose canvas, wood palate or sign, or glass painting for an unforgettable date or girls night out.
Create colorful art while having a ball with Artzaholic! For an affordable night out, where you just may learn something new.
With dual locations in Lemoyne and Harrisburg, Paint and Create is one of the top wine and paint experiences in state. BYOB and a sense of adventure, and Paint and Create will provide absolutely everything else!
BYOB (and a snack, if you like) and spend 2-3 blissful hours painting away at Kennett Design. Absolutely no experience necessary, just an artistic interest and willingness to have a good time!
For painting and pinot in the Poconos, look no further than Creative Canvas Studio! A top-quality outfit that also hosts pop-up parties, check their website for specifics!
For a fresh take on drinking and art, join a Friday “Date Night” at the Clay Studio, with materials, beer, and snacks included. No need to bring a date, as singles and friend groups are always welcome!
BYOB, they supply everything else (even the ice). Check the website for specific paintings, from beach scenes to Chinese lettering.
Two and three hour courses led by encouraging instructors to create seriously interesting pieces of art. BYOB and snacks, but leave the inspiration up to them!