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The paint bar is available for private parties, but also hosts events for schools and other similar activities. Guests can bring their own beer or wine or can simply stop by and paint if they choose, she said.
The business will teach customers basic painting techniques and offers residents a chance to relax and do something different, Tackett said. Customers work on a basic design submitted by area artists, she said, but each piece ends up a little different.
Since the business started, Tackett also began hosting pop-up events at venues around Columbus, and was considering opening a second paint bar there. But she said officials in Xenia approached her about opening in that city instead, which she said seemed like a good fit.
The important thing, she said, is that customers have a good time.
“We’re not fine art, we’re fun art,” Tackett said.