There’s a Cool New Way to "Paint" the Town in Denver
Bottle & Bottega offers a blank canvas, a glass of wine and a stroke of genius with “art parties” that uncork the inner artiste at public, private and corporate events.
Denver, CO, February 02, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Bottle & Bottega, “Art Uncorked,” offers a unique alternative to the typical night on the town or corporate event. Bottle & Bottega opened January 23, 2012 in the Denver Metro area. Bottle & Bottega organizes art parties where studio artists guide guests in creating their own original works of art, inspired by music, a casual, hip atmosphere—and a glass of wine.
Bottle & Bottega provides a fun, fresh experience for celebrating birthdays, bridal or baby showers, bachelorette parties, or simple gatherings of friends; and a change from routine corporate events, empowering groups and bonding teams in interactive settings. The hands-on art sessions can focus on painting on canvas, creating a mosaic or wine glass-painting, and are currently held at our off-site partnership locations, or in private homes or corporate locations. Individuals can also attend the regularly held public art parties listed on the website calendar at www.bottleandbottega.com/denver-metro.
“Our goal is to nurture relationships and inspire the creative spirit that lives inside each of our guests. We want them to feel like they’re having a party with friends in the comfort of their own living room and experience the surprise and accomplishment of bringing their own original art to life,” says Ginger Jones, Bottle & Bottega owner. “It’s what we call, ‘uncorking your creativity’—awakening the part of the brain that’s often neglected sitting in front of a computer all day.”
Guests follow a local artist who instructs them on how to sketch an image then paint it, with step-by-step guidance to mix colors and build upon them—all with a glass of a favorite beverage nearby. For those who want something different, there is the option of replicating one of the paintings on the gallery walls, in the art books—or even nude models (great for bachelorette parties). Bottle & Bottega provides the art, art supplies, artists and atmosphere and offers additional packages for decorations, catering, wine tasting, live music and live models.
Bottle & Bottega can accommodate private groups from a minimum of seven people. The cost is typically $40 per person. With the upcoming opening of the studio location, work from local artists will be featured in the studio monthly, and their art will be available for sale.
Bottle & Bottega, Inc. co-owners Stephanie King-Myers and Nancy Bigley are thrilled to welcome Ginger Jones and Denver, CO to the growing Bottle & Bottega family. In Bigley’s view, “There’s no greater feeling than to see your vision replicated, bringing smiles and success to others across the country.”
About Bottle & Bottega*
Bottle & Bottega was launched in Chicago in 2009 by Stephanie King-Myers to provide a fun, unique alternative to a typical night out with friends, special celebrations, and corporate events. After franchising executive Nancy Bigley joined the company as co-owner and CEO in 2011, we began building on our success in Chicago neighborhoods by offering franchises nationally. For private or public parties, with art from masters and current local artists, we empower and nurture the daring inner spirit that lives inside us all. Be in the moment, make new friends, enjoy the company of old friends, and unleash your creative genius. For information about Bottle & Bottega and franchise opportunities visit us at www.bottleandbottega.com/franchising , and watch our video where you meet Nancy and Stephanie.
*bot·te·ga [boh-tey-guh]: the studio of a master artist, in which students learn by participating in the work.
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