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Thad Regulinski, left, and Ingrid Novodvorsky work on their paintings during the fundraiser. Participants followed a step-by-step process to paint their own portrait of two cats.
Ingrid Novodvorsky takes a break from her painting to look over the shoulder of Thad Regulinski during the fundraiser for PAWSitively Cats, a no-kill shelter. The event was at the Creative Juice Art Bar, 6530 E. Tanque Verde Road, last Thursday.
Caroline Morse ponders her painting. The event was at the Creative Juice Art Bar, where customers regularly learn how to paint and enjoy a drink at the same time.
Ann Burke, in background, was among those putting color to canvas during the benefit for PAWSitively Cats.
Austin Boocher worked on his acrylic painting at a table full of relatives and friends during Creative Juice's opening night May 26.
Jennifer Fordney works across the table from her mother and aunt as the three paint a still life of wine bottles and glasses. Paints, canvas and the first drink come with the class fee.
Austin Boocher, left, shares a bite of his cake with his sister Vanessa as some of the class takes advantage of a break to sample the menu.
Elicia Kniffin opts to hold her Champagne cake even while painting. The art bar hopes to eventually fill out its menu with six appetizers and three desserts.
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