Wine and Art

Why are wine and art classes so popular? I know, I know. A lot of you out there might be thinking, “Um, hello? Wine!”

Seems pretty straight forward, but most people completely shy away from art of any kind because, as we all know, they can’t even draw a stick figure. Why would they go to a wine and art class when they can just open up a bottle at home and not have to do any work? And yet, so many people flock to these classes and drag a…

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Freelance copywriter who is passionate about art and fitness. Check out my art blog at mnatiodesigns.com/blog/ or follow me @mnaito_fineart .

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Myra Naito

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Freelance copywriter who is passionate about art and fitness. Check out my art blog at mnatiodesigns.com/blog/ or follow me @mnaito_fineart .

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