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Uptown Art Expands to 5 Locations

“Meet, Drink, and Paint Happy” at Uptown Art, now serving 19 locations across the United States. Uptown Art (http://www.uptownart.com) is proud to announce the opening of 5 new locations.

Nashville, Tennessee (PRWEB) October 29, 2015

“Meet, Drink and Paint Happy” at Uptown Art, now serving 19 locations across the United States. Uptown Art (http://www.uptownart.com) is proud to announce the opening of 5 new locations: Clemson, South Carolina; Westwood, New Jersey; Montclair, New Jersey; Boca Raton, Florida; and Jupiter, Florida.

Uptown Art continues to combine an artistic outlet in a relaxed environment along with wine or beverage of your choice. Talented artists guide customers with step-by-step instruction to create a beautiful masterpiece. Uptown Art also offers children's classes, camps, and parties/events for all age groups.

All locations currently provide an online monthly calendar where customers select a class in which they will attend. The collection of artwork presented is created by each location's local artists as well as Uptown Art’s licensed, professional artists: Megan Aroon Duncanson (MADART), Thomas Fedro, Nicola Joyner (nJoy Art), Gino Savarino, Leonid Afremov, Jennifer Lommers, Matt Hamblin, Carol Schiff, Judith Rhue, Sarah LaPierre and Karen Tarlton.

“You are invited to experience Uptown Art. Start with a blank canvas. Add your favorite beverage (soda, coffee, or even wine!), some of your best friends, and leave with your own masterpiece at the end of a fun-filled evening! Come and join us for an awesome social art experience.”

For more information about Uptown Art and our 5 newest locations, please visit http://www.uptownart.com.

Interested in opening your own Uptown Art studio? Please contact Tiffany Nesmith in our licensing department.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/10/prweb13044390.htm

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