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Art Lessons for Kids are back!
Last year when we went into the mandatory stay home order, I started sharing some art lessons for mamas and daddies who needed some ideas for their kiddos, but I stopped when things opened back up.
I’ve had some mamas reach out and ask if I would be doing more art lessons because they really enjoyed getting them. I felt encouraged to learn that my lessons were useful and appreciated, but I also felt a bit guilty for not continuing them even after the stay home order was lifted and summer vacation began. I’m grateful for those who expressed their gratefulness and I look forward to providing more art lesson ideas.
New Look and New Additions Coming in 2021 | Beverly Gurganus Art + Home
Happy New Year!
I’m a little late on my New Year's greetings, but I figured if Christmas cards are still arriving due to our slow mail services then me being fashionably late is right on trend.
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Commissioned art is the best way to get the perfect art that is just as unique as you. Custom art is made for you and by you. It is meaningful, personal, unique, and a beautiful way to celebrate and memorialize those special life moments.
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Sparking Creativity With a Studio Refresh | Beverly Gurganus Fine Art
I decided the studio could use a little refresh, and my creative space is feeling brighter and more inspiring.
My older two girls shared the large bedroom over the garage, and when they flew the coop (one married and moved away, and the other moved in with a friend) I claimed that space for my new studio. The plan was to turn half the room into a workspace, and the other half would sleep guests. I sectioned the room into 3 zones…desk area, painting area, and sleeping area. I was so excited to get my own space that I didn’t even care that it had purple-ish gray walls (Eww!).