Sunday, August 12, 2012

Evolution of Studio 319 Where Pigments Fly

Once Upon a Time, in a land way Up North, there was a sad and lonely building. The Thurners Bakery Building to be exact. 

"Boo hoo, nobody loves me. I'm weedy and trashy," said the sad and lonely building. 

Then one sunny, cloudless day, a sad Artist with no place to paint waved her magic paint brush around and knighted the North garage of the Thurners Bakery Building as Studio 319 Where Pigments Fly. Cue the Angels on High track.

"Cripes, seriously, somebody hug me," cried the sad, lonely building.

"You see a wall, I see a CANVAS," said the Artist.

"Huh?" said the sad, lonely, now worried building.

"NO!" said the Artist's stick-in-the-mud Husband.

"Oh. Feeling a little less lonely," smiled the still worried building.

"OMG! THAT'S UGLY! We have to cut the weeds down from the side of the other building," said the aesthetically offended Artist.

"NO!" said the Artist's stick-in-the-mud Husband.

"Dang, I'm looking good," said the happy building.

"Definitely a CANVAS," said the happy, excited Artist.

"NO!" said the Artist's stick-in-the-mud Husband.



"Flowers! I'm totally styling," said the happy, loved building.

"Ah, color," said the happy Artist with a place to paint.

"You were right about the weeds on the other building," said the Artist's stick-in-the-mud Husband.

And despite the Artist's stick-in-the-mud Husband, the Artist painted happily ever after in the styling, smiling building knighted Studio 319 Where Pigments Fly.

The Beginning....


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