A new business opened it's doors for a celebration Friday as The Studio Corner, 14 Fenton Plaza, held a ceremonial ribbon-cutting for its business that will feature local artists as well as hold art classes teaching a variety of different styles.
The Studio Corner's walls are filled with works by local artists, from watercolors, oils, acrylics and photographs. But the location also will be the site of the business's many art classes, taught by Catherine P. Blase, who has 37 years of experience teaching art. The 1- to 2-hour art sessions will have a maximum of six students and will be in a variety of genres. Private sessions also are available, as are one-day workshops and other specialty sessions such as Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, school groups, or Girl's Night Out groups.
The Studio Corner also features custom framing with a wide selection of framing styles and supplies available. Camille Smallwood is co-owner of The Studio Corner and the Custom Framing Designer.
On Friday, members of the Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce were on hand to celebrate a new business in town with a ribbon-cutting and social hour.
The Studio Corner previously was located in the Crestwood Court Center (formerly Crestwood Plaza) so its Fenton debut actually is a reopening. On Saturday the store will have a grand reopening celebration with live music, wine and appetizers from 4 to 8 p.m.. Blase and Smallwood promise a day of art and great deals.
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