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Five years ago today we opened The Studio-A Place for Learning on Main Street in Front Royal.  (Check that day out here.) And we have been going strong with tons of classes and paint parties.  It’s been a really fun experience.  We’ve met some really great people who have come to paint or create with us here.  And to celebrate we are clearing out some inventory to make room for new fun paintings.  Please stop by our Anniversary Sale and pick up a piece of art for your home.  Everything is $25-95!  That’s at least 75% off!!!  Don’t miss it.  We will be open today (Thursday) until 5.  Friday from 9 – 2; Saturday from 10-4; and Sunday from Noon-4.  Come see what you can find.

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Bob is Coming Soon!!!

Oh the excitement!!!  Bob Ross exhibit coming to Purcellville in just a few weeks.  Can’t wait!!!  Take a look here.111111111111BR

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Today we wish Lincoln a Happy Adoption Day.  He has brought lots of smiles and joy to us and those who have gotten to know him.  And he has adapted to his new “work” at The Studio with enthusiasm.  I recently saw what a friend wrote about his mixed breed dog and loved it….so from now on, because Lincoln is such a funny looking little mixed breed and I get asked a lot what is he mixed with…I will say “PERFECTION”!

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Last week we shared a trip that we made to the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley where we saw two wonderful exhibits.  You can see the Steinlen Cats here.  Today it’s about Tiffany.  This beautiful exhibit will be there until September 1st and it is worth the trip to get over to Winchester to see it.  Here is just a few of the glass masterpieces.

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Yesterday I had an early Birthday celebration with two wonderful friends.  We had a nice lunch and then went over to the  Museum of the Shenandoah Valley where we saw two amazing exhibits – Steinlen Cats and Tiffany Glass.  Today I’ll share the Cats!  The exhibit features 26 cat themed works by Theophile-Alexandre Steinlen (1859-1923).  The is an artist best know for his Art Nouveau posters.

It’s a beautifully displayed exhibit.  Don’t miss it.  It is there until September 1, 2019.

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20190628_084656.jpg Lincoln wants to wish everyone a Happy 4th of July!

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Never Too Late

Start ArtIt’s never too late to discover your passion.  Take a look.  It’s a beautiful story.  Click here to see it.

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