We recently stopped and took stock of who we are as a company. We came to the conclusion that we are painters, we are friends, we work hard, and we like to laugh and have fun. This led us to create a blog and Facebook page so that we could interact with our customers. Frankly we've worked together so long we have heard each others' stories many times and decided it was time to look for new ones. Once we felt that we had gotten the hang of our blog and Facebook pages, we realized we needed MORE! Here is our MORE! Now everyone can post blogs and photos, not just staff. We can create groups and have paint alongs, our imaginations are our limits. Please join us, laugh, have fun, and most of all create memories!
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Hi I am in the process of cleaning my studio and ran across the wood for a series that was in one of the decorative painting magazines a few years back(not SDP magazine). It was a five part series called VILLAGE SERIES and had five patterns for various store fronts; SUNSHINE CAFE, COUNTRY STORE, POST OFFICE, MACKEREL JACKS, AND FLOWER SHOP. Does anyone remember this series and which magazine or author they were in? I was sure I had put them in a binder but…Continue
Looking for help in creating an underwater scene. A friend wants me to paint a table top with an underwater scene! I don't have much confidence in myself to create it. I'm looking for help here. If anyone can help I'd appreciate it.
I am trying to find if they still make or someone has some Dot tools for painting. They were popular back in the 90's and I had several sets which I used frequently. The had ABC's, 5 dot flowers, leaves, etc. I had to sell a lot of my studio when my husband developed heart condition and I became his caregiver. Have regretted selling them ever since. But he is better and I am back painting again. Anyone can go to PINTEREST.com/annaoop and see my work. My…Continue