Champagne and painting - a match made in heaven.
While many around Orange will have had the chance to look at plenty of art with bubbles in hand, people are being given the chance to take up a paintbrush with friends and explore the wonderful world of art.
Barely a month old, Bubbles and Brushes is holding sessions with local artists who talk attendees through painting sunsets, vinyards - whatever takes their fancy, really - over a glass or two of bubbles.
Bubbles and Brushes was the brainchild of Orange friends Lena Hughes and Gabrielle Tam, although Ms Hughes stressed she's far from the original creator of the idea.
"I wish I could claim credit for the idea but it's been done in Melbourne and Sydney and are quite popular in the States, so we've brought the concept here," Ms Hughes said.
"We're from Sydney and Melbourne and are used to having something to do each evening, and we're constantly trying to find things to do and thought we'd give this a shot."
She said while men were coming along, it was proving to be a hit with girls' nights out or hen's nights for the "obvious pairing" of painting and bubbles, with the art side taken care of by Bubbles and Brushes and the bubbly BYO.
The group is still in its infancy, but is still looking to take any opportunity it can get.
"We're hoping to have other venues in the future, we'd love to take it to some of the wineries, paint some of the scenes out there, but we've only been up and running for a month and don't want to get ahead of ourselves," Ms Hughes said.
A session this Thursday with Christine Holmes is focusing on sunsets on the vinyard, with everyone receiving a lesson in how to paint the same painting.
Tickets are available from EventBrite.
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