By Natalie Broda, Crain’s Detroit Business

Ten women sit around a large table, paint brushes in one hand, wine glasses in the other. Propped on the easels in front of them, similar works of art take shape. The women are painting the night sky as an instructor circles the room, checking in, giving tips and telling jokes.

This, explains Leanna Haun, owner of Picasso’s Grapevine in downtown Clarkston, is paint and sip.

Haun opened the business in June after 20 years as a corporate controller; she explains the business as one part wine, one part paint and one part entertainment.

“Right now, in Michigan, this industry is on a bull curve and it’s surging,” Haun said.

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