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About Us

Paintelaide Paint and Sip with 60 particpants painting Paint your Colleague Picasso Style

At Paintelaide, we believe that EVERYONE IS AN ARTIST, and our aim is to give people an unforgettable art experience, full of colours, laughter and fun

OUR STORY

PAINTING + ADELAIDE makes PAINTELAIDE

We moved to Australia in March 2020 in the midst of the pandemic chaos. Not having a full-time job for the first time in 10 years, I picked up the paint brush again (after school literally!!) and felt the eternal bliss that I was missing for so many years. That’s when I decided that this is something that I want to do forever and share the joy of painting with others. Yusuf (my partner) could see the change art brought in me and was instantly aboard this beautiful journey. And because it was the beautiful city of Adelaide which got painting back in my life, we established PAINTELAIDE.

Palavi & Yusuf Owners of Paintelaide - Adelaide Paint & Sip

 

With no financial resources to start our own studio, but our willingness to spread art and make it accessible, we got the idea of starting off as a Mobile Paint & Sip Studio. We started partnering with various bars, cafes and restaurants across South Australia to conduct our public events and also started travelling to homes, offices, parks (or basically wherever they called us) to conduct the painting sessions. 

Since then there was no looking back! We now have our studio based out of Prospect and also travel across SA to host events.

PAINTELAIDE family is now a team of five passionate and experienced professionals, working together to bring a fun and colourful experience to our SA community. 

We have conducted over 700+ paint & sip events and are a continued part of Adelaide Fringe, helping everyone to take a small break from their daily routine to feel ART!

- Maya

Palavi Kokil Main Artist and Co-Owner Paintelaide

We are a small local business who acknowledge and pay our respects to the Kaurna people, the traditional custodians whose ancestral lands we gather on.

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