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Mixing vinyls with vino
You can learn how to transform a stack of old vinyl records into art pieces during a fun paint-and-sip evening. Best of all, you don't need to be an accomplished artist. Just bring a positive attitude and some wine, and art teacher PJ will help you create a cool piece of art to take home.
An example of vinyl art. Photo supplied by Serendipity Op Shop.
As a result of a heavily booked-out session a few weeks ago, another vinyl art class is being held on Saturday, 27 April, at Serendipity Op Shop in West End.
Shop founder Eva Heyward explains the ethos behind the art classes on her website: "We're dedicated to raising awareness and providing our community with a place where they can shop to their heart's content without leaving an eco-footprint. That's why instead of using canvases for our paint and sip nights, we'll be using recycled old vinyl records to create some interesting decorative pieces for your home! What better way to inspire ethical decorating and give your pieces some real talking points?"
Learn new paint techniques with a fun group. Photo supplied by Serendipity Op Shop.