The Main Street Travel mural got chairs yesterday. Now that everything is laid in I can go back and start with some details. Still several more hours to get done but it’s coming along. Just hoping to get it all done before they put carpet on the floor so I don’t have to be “extra” careful. :-)
Yesterday I took a break from mural painting to work on a couple of ideas for our Grand Opening. Everyone is invited to come by and participate in our “Make & Take” on Friday from 11-4. We will have several projects for people to try … and they are FREE! Stop in and give it a shot.
The Ribbon Cutting is at 10 a.m. We would love to see you there and join us for refreshments after. Come help up celebrate the opening!
Now we have trees laid in! We have selected colors for the chairs so they are next along with some more details and we will have a completed mural.
I spent most of yesterday painting a mural at Main Street Travel. (You can check out their Facebook page here.)
I enjoy mural painting. It’s fun to see the client’s vision come to life. And Ginny is a wonderful person for which to work. She and I had fun deciding what and where to put it. You can see from the photos my step by step work yesterday.
I got the background in: sky, ocean and sand. Today I hope to get the rest done: palm trees and Adirondack chairs.
And didn’t they do a terrific job in the Young Kids Class this past Thursday?
If you have a young one interested in art check out more info here.
Yesterday the Art Campers finished their week of camp with a masterpiece. They all did beautiful work on the painting where they chose the subject matter. These girls did a super job capturing the image in paint.
Super work girls! There are just two more sessions of Art Camp left this summer:
For ages 8- 13 – August 4 – 7 – Famous Painters (Cassett, Van Gogh, Manet)
For ages 5-7 – August 11 – 12- Post-Impressionists (Matisse & Van Gogh)
Click here for more information and to register. Space is limited to get your name on the list.
Yesterday at Art Camp they got to choose their subject matter so each painter created a different work of art. And take a look at what a GREAT job they did!!!! Good work. Can’t wait to see your final piece today.
There are just two weeks of Art Camp left this summer so if you have a young painter, ages 5-7 or ages 8-13, we have sessions for them. Take a look at the info here and sign up soon because they are almost full.