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Martin Luther King Weekend

On January 16th and 17th Unleash your inner Picasso with Mark Schribe, a local artist who developed a unique twist to the regular “wine painting class.” Mark will guide you step-by-step through a one-of-a-kind painting made with actual fine wine! The fun isn’t just for adults, children are welcome and will be creating well-crafted paintings of their own using grape juice. Bring your friends, taste a little wine and have a whole lot of fun.

Class is about 1-2 hours long and starts at 3pm in the Laurel Room. We provide you with everything you will need: canvas, paints, and brushes.

Absolutely no painting experience is needed.


Each class and all you can drink wine is $20 per adult and children are free

The max for each class is 80 so call 570595-8924 to reserve your spot!

About Mark Schribe

A couple of years ago Mark Schribe was at a plein air event being held at Old York Vineyards in Flemington, New Jersey when he decided to use the vineyards wine as a medium. From that moment on he has been creating a body of fine art depicting all aspects of life in fine wine. He has been invited to Paint at Corporate galas, museums, fundraisers, vineyards, and all types of events involving the love of wine.

In these past three years Schribe has been invited to paint in wine at:

  • a dinner event at Kelham Vineyards in Napa, California for the cast and producer of the sitcom “Cougar Town”
  • Commissioned to paint the portrait of Kathie & Hoda for a segment during Wine Wednesday on the Today Show, which aired in June of last year.
  • Multiple dinner Gala/fundraisers for Ellarslie Museum in Trenton, New Jersey.

Mark is a self-taught artist who has a Bachelor’s of Architecture degree from New Jersey institute of Technology and is a licensed architect and illustrator.

In the mid 1980’s Schribe picked up a paint brush for the first time. By his sixth painting, he started to win national competitions and received private and corporate commissions for his creative paintings.
His paintings hang in corporations, museums, government offices, and the homes of many private collectors.

For questions on this event please call 844.758.7735

*Winter activities are weather dependent.