We are all in this together!
Hi Everyone!! First of all, let me say thanks to all of you who support small businesses like our little studio!! You all are awesome! Bill and I have spoken at great lengths about the current Covid19 situation and we wrestled with the decision we have made. It is a scary time for everyone but especially for the small business owner whose entire livelihood revolves around their business without a safety net to land in. With that being said... we have made the terrifying but socially right decision to do a soft closing of the studios effective immediately. What does this mean??? We will be at each studio working on filling orders and processing pieces, however we will not be taking walk-in painters or hosting March Break camps. Let me tell you that the overall health and well being of ours and your wonderful family and our community as a whole is very important to us. So in order to do our part to "flatten the curve" we will be closed to walk-ins until April 4th. We do have parties booked for the weekends in the interim and we will host them in the studio privately for those families should they still wish to do so. We hope that you and your families stay well and safe, but please remember that we do have to-go options available for you to fill some of your time during this situation. Please feel free to call either studio if you have questions or concerns. If you have put a deposit on an event or camp... please be patient with us and perhaps think of applying that deposit towards a to-go kit to break the boredom at your home. We will be working at also offering a few free live art lessons (you can always purchase a canvas/ceramic kit from us but any art supplies will do if you want to follow along during the live feeds!) Let's hope this passes quickly and all our collective efforts will work to make a substantial impact on the spread of this virus! Thanks for your continued support of our small family-run business! It truly means the world to us! #responsibleretailer #communitymatters #socialdistance #covid19sucks #weareallinthistogether