Wine and Paint: The Adult Trick or Treat

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Right Brain Projects Celebrates New Art Series with Special Edition Painting

Why let the kids have all the fun this holiday season? Have your own trick-or-treat event this fall: treat yourself to delicious wine while painting your very own masterpiece. A special edition canvas size, 8”x24”, will be offered Friday, November 15 from 6 – 10pm at The Cellar Door, located at 1091 Centre Court, Suite 150 in Auburn Hills.

Right Brain Projects has partnered with The Cellar Door Wine Club to offer some unique activities in the newly completed wine tasting room. Right Brain Projects founders Wendy Fournier and Wendelin Wilson will be leading classes two to four times a month at The Cellar Door tasting room and sharing their artistic principles with painters. Right brain thinking include:

  • Synthesis
  • Imaginative
  • Intuitive
  • Conceptual
  • Big picture
  • Empathetic
  • Irregular
  • Figurative
  • Heuristic

Think you have no artistic talent? Think again. Fournier and Wilson walk students through the paint process while they drink wine, relax, and have fun. The celebratory first class will have entertainment by The Formula Band, and wine and appetizers will be provided along with a number of giveaways. Call (248) 499-7073.

For only $35, painters will be signed up for the Wine and Paint session, and will be given a complimentary membership in the Cellar Door’s Wine Club (a $49.99 value). Wine club member benefits include a 20% discount on all in-house wine products, invitations to all winery events, 20% discount on the Cellar Door Wine Academy classes, and discounts on facility rentals for private events.

Media Contact: Allison Hurt; (248) 535-2838; Allison.a.hurt(at)gmail(dot)com

About Wendelin Wilson
Wilson has a BFA from Parsons School of Design, is a certified instructor by College of Creative Studies, and has a Masters in Education from Nova State University. Wilson has 20 years of freelance illustration experience on top of her experience teaching art to at-risk youth. Wilson currently teaches at Chippewa Valley High School and won the 2012-13 accolade of “Teacher of the Year,” drawing, painting, and photography.

About Wendy Fournier
Fournier has a BFA from Wayne State University. She is currently enrolled in Azusa Pacific’s Art History Masters Program. Fournier has been responsible for establishing greater success at several multi-million dollar businesses through management and training. Fournier’s experience includes teaching art to special needs children, private lessons, and adult group lessons. Fournier’s personal watercolor paintings can be found in galleries throughout the country.


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