continued Starting in February, they also hope to start a new bi-monthly featured artist series, and, if things go as planned, there will be live music at the opening, too.
King has a vision that transcends the walls of the studio, one that involves putting put her art degree to use.
“My ultimate goal is to expand to a bigger place and see the studio evolve into a working arts center, where people can learn to make art,” King said. “We want to get involved with our community. We want to bring the general public into our space so we can show them how important it is to make art and support your local artist.”