Botanical Watercolour – Paint and Sip at Mrs Baker’s Still House

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Join the team for a relaxed afternoon of painting botanicals and sipping gin at Mrs Baker’s Still House.

You will be guided through watercolour painting techniques. Then given a choice of botanical prints, these are line drawings of different gin botanicals, to paint. Use the print as a guide and get playful. Develop your own style, whether it is realist or abstract, while you enjoy some of Mrs Baker’s gins!

Bookings essential.

What’s Included: gin tasting of the Mrs Baker’s range, your choice of botanical print, one paint brush, one watercolour paints palette, one gin & tonic (or soda).

Please note: no meal is provided, please eat your lunch before you come. Or ring Mrs Baker and book a grazing platter.

Content: Wimmera Hills Winery

Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

  • Sat 12 Oct
  • Sat 26 Oct
  • Sat 9 Nov

1pm–3pm

Mrs Baker's Still House

606 Elmhurst-Glenpatrick Road, Elmhurst VIC 3469

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$87 - $88

You must be over 18 to attend this event.


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Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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