A new paint and sip experience like no other has opened shop in Leeton, offering an interactive art experience like no other.
A Splash of Red is artist Beverley Cook's love of labour, and will provide a variety of art classes to suit every wannabe painter that walks through its doors on Pine Avenue.
The best part is that all participants can bring their own alcohol to help get the creative juices flowing.
Paints, brushes, easels and comfortable seating is all provided, alongside a selection of teas, coffee and glasses for your alcoholic (or non alcoholic) beverage of choice.
"We are all about you exploring your own gift of observation and creativity, then expressing it on the canvas in beautiful colour," Mrs Cook said.
The studio has a variety of events coming up this month that will see participants painting everything from cacti, to a Mediterranean countryside to a 'day of the dead' inspired skull.
"It is my hope that participants fall in love with their inner creativity as much as I am in love with mine," Mrs Cook said.
"You don't have to be a Picasso or a Van Gogh to walk through these doors."
In the future Beverley hopes to open the studio up for disability sessions, private events and for local community groups to gather.
She is also looking to expand the medium from paint on canvas, to charcoal, pencil and more and is open for any suggestions or theme ideas for what to paint and create.
"I really just wanted to offer people the experience of being able to express their creativity in an accepting, safe and interactive space," Mrs Cook said.
More information about the classes on offer and how to book can be found at https://asplashofredriverina.com.au/
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