Paint and Sip studio Pinot and Picasso unveils Aussie first

By Admin | 22 Feb 2019 View comments

We’ve all heard the moniker starving artist before, but it’s the drinking artists who are helping to boost the profile of an innovative business premise.

The rise of ‘Paint and Sip’ studios across the U.S. has turned a once hobby activity into a profitable opportunity for the art-minded and fun-focused.

The adult art classes provide customers with alternative way to unwind with friends, meet new people and explore the world of art in relaxed and judgement-free space.

The pairing of paints and pinots has also helped to make guided art parties the perfect hen’s night addition or birthday celebration.

Operating in a group dynamic allows business owners to generate a large amount of sales over a brief period of time, providing a leisure service in a co-op experience.

Now, Australia’s own Pinot and Picasso has unveiled a revolutionary model, becoming the country’s first Paint and Sip franchise.

The boozy BYO operation allows art lovers of all skillsets to find their inner Picasso in an intimate creative experience.

With two studios in operation in Byron Bay and Penrith and three more slated to start trading by the end of March, including the first interstate venture in Adelaide, expansion is the goal for Pinot and Picasso.

The leisure art business is currently seeking out interest from prospective partners who are looking to make a valuable investment in first-to-market franchise opportunity.

Those who join the Pinot and Picasso network will have access to extensive support initiatives and ongoing training to assist them in the launch of their business, all backed by the head office support team.

Where the model really excels however, is in its flexibility. Classes are run at night or after-hours, with minimum staff required to operate, opening the door for potential franchisees to leverage the business as an additional revenue stream.

The low-cost lifestyle business is launching at the right time, as the Paint and Sip model gathers traction in Australia.

A growing demand for lifestyle activities and group events is generating strong interest in the model, and Pinot and Picasso is expecting the trend to continue.

If you love providing premium entertainment and are looking for a business opportunity in a thriving sector, enter the art and leisure world with a Pinot and Picasso franchise. Visit for more information.