Whether they prefer to work with glass, canvas, or ceramic, budding artists can tap into their creativity inside Pottery Isle. The studio's ceramic-painting sessions enable patrons to select a piece—such as a dish or a statue—and customize it with their own color and design scheme. BYOB painting classes inside Canvas Cafe lead students step-by-step through the painting creation process, and summer programs for kids show young ones how to draw and paint on mediums other than kitchen walls or Dad's face while he sleeps.
Pottery Isle also hosts glass-fusing classes that turn molten glass into artwork, as well as field trips and teen events. Plus, it provides pottery-to-go packages, which supply artists with take-home pottery pieces, paint, and brushes, allowing them to create something when they have downtime on vacation or during a board meeting.
Using an intensive and personalized design process, Closet Classics works with homeowners to create unique space-saving solutions. As part of a free consultation, a technician will visit the home to measure and evaluate the space and then ascertain customers' expectations and proposed uses of said space. Using its proprietary design software, OrgDesign, Closet Classics will craft a customized design plan that maximizes the efficiency of garages, home offices, or windswept crow’s nests.
One Call Junk Haul sends its muscular staff throughout the Boston proper, Boston north, and Boston south areas, where they fill sturdy truck beds with refuse from homes and offices. The company collects nearly any unwanted item, from mattresses and hot tubs to jungle gyms and construction debris, stopping short of potentially hazardous materials such as batteries, paint thinner, and burn books. After each collection, which is efficiently routed to avoid wasting fuel, One Call Junk Haul follows other green initiatives such as recycling and donating as many items as possible.
Today's Groupon gets you $80 worth of custom framing services for $40 at Art & Framing at Stapleton. This locally owned and operated gallery is a local favorite for fulfilling framing needs because of its huge selection and friendly, art-expert staff.The Case: Toni Jorgensen, the antique shop owner, is hired to polish Amy’s grandmother’s antique vase, when, according to Jorgensen, the cleaning lady came in and broke it. “I wasn’t even here,” says Jorgensen, a single tear rolling down from the outside of her eye. “I was visiting my sick aunt in the hospital.” How does Amy know she is lying?