Posts in Art
Art Basel 2018

The global art market converges in Switzerland this week for Art Basel, the largest annual gathering of dealers and collectors—and a massive crowd of visiting public. Last year, nearly 100,000 guests swarmed the Messeplatz, the event hall where the show is held, over a period of six days.

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Host Spotlight: Jeweler Ayaka Nishi of New York

Get to know NYC jeweler Ayaka Nishi, Japanese jeweler who now runs her studio in New York. Though she struggled initially to spread awareness about her brand, hers is an inspiring success story -- read on to find out more about her journey as a craftswoman and how her designs came to be featured in the latest Marvel movie, Avengers; Infinity War! 

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Best of Bottlerock 2018

Often referred to as “the fancy Coachella,” Napa Valley’s Bottlerock Music Festival was nothing short of exquisite. Like other festivals, it brought a stellar lineup, headliners including but not limited to Bruno Mars, Muse and The Killers. However, its expansive wine tasting garden, full-service spa, and a stage solely featuring celebrity chefs truly encapsulated Napa’s sophisticated culture. These elements drew a crowd that, rather than drinking and smoking their way through the weekend, were happy to sit back and enjoy good music with a glass of wine.

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Create Beautiful Works of Art and Sip on a Glass of Wine with Melissa of Phoenix

Vino and Canvas offers a variety of party options but our most popular event is our two-hour acrylic painting class. Each month we offer a number of different classes to choose from so check out our Event Calendar and see where we will be next.  When booking a private painting party, there are a number of other great options in addition to our standard paint class to choose from including wine glass painting, Pop Art Your Pet classes, and charcoal sketching a live male model in an event we like to call Ooh La La Art Party.

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San Francisco's Pop-Up Color Factory Experience

The word “factory” might bring thoughts of gray scale assembly lines, but the only things being assembled in San Francisco’s Color Factory in Union Square are smiles and perfect Instagram shots. The creation of Oh Happy Day’s Jordan Ferney and artists Leah Rosenberg and Erin Jang, the Color Factory deploys a wonderful mix of both fun and colors, along with the hip way to do art these days: interactiveness.

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