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From palate to palette

ith wine in hand, Elysia Myers transfigures libation into landscape. Her art, launched in 2017 and now features an assortment of abstract designs and florals, in addition to greeting cards and ruby mountainous terrains crafted using wine corks and a classified wine-paint concoction Myers handmakes herself; the wine itself hails from local wineries, Carboy Winery and Blanchard Family Wines. “When wine comes to us in a bottle, there’s already so much love and dedication and so much story behind those individual bottles of wine and the winemakers themselves. What I love is that wine is alive with all of that energy,” she says. Myers currently offers virtual painting classes for those looking to learn something new with friends over a velvety glass of wine; each class is complete with a curated painting kit and four blank canvases to be adorned.

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