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When Tricia Saviano Hammer founded Artisticology, she didn't just want to teach people how to paint—she wanted to teach them how take charge of their emotional well-being. To that end, Artisticology provides art therapy, a method that combines therapeutic techniques with the process of creation. Of course, she introduces students to the lighter side of art, too. Her BYOB wine-glass-decorating and canvas-painting classes combine socializing and painting with a dose of democracy (students vote on the images they'll recreate at the beginning of each session).
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Inspired Art Studio's classes take BYOB to new heights. Not only do students furnish their own wine—in one class—they also paint their own wine glasses, creating a fully DIY drinking experience. Other classes focus more on painting than imbibing, such as teaching students to mimic Van Gogh's brushstrokes or decorate clay tiles with contemporary holiday scenes. Artists Diane Wlezien and Kris Blum lead the classes, and show off their own chops in the gallery, which displays their original paintings.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We offer affordable, accessible and
unique reclaimed finds for the textile arts & crafting community. Store inventory includes fabric, yarn, accessories & vintage accents. Classes include paint & sip, pottery & more. Good for the earth, good for your bank account and good for your right brain.
Of the products you sell, which are your favorites?
We carry the often hard to find Alexander Henry line (not valid with this voucher).
Our finds are unique offerings that you won't find elsewhere.
We offer you the ability to explore and create your next project or find the perfect additions to a project you have in progress.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
With a lifelong passion for art, textiles, crafting and creativity in her DNA - owner Louise saw an opportunity to save the large volume of wasted fabric, yarn and crafting items going to landfills and to also bring her passion for art, sewing, knitting & crafting to the Crystal Lake community.
What do you love most about your job?
Helping people discover their passion, inner artist and see how easy it is to make something personal and unique.
Offering the possibility for a creative outlet at a reasonable affordable price is what I love the most about offering Fabric, Fiber & Finds to the community.
Children barely old enough to speak and ambitious adults looking to learn a new skill are just a small sampling of the eclectic student body at Encore Music Academy, where a range of programs accommodate pupils of all stripes. Music lessons get students acquainted with instruments that include piano, violin, guitar, brass, and voice are available in small group settings, or one-on-one with an instructor. Kids with a knack for belting one out can join the encore youth choir, where they'll learn to hone their skills and be given the opportunity to travel with the group, sing around the world, and eventually be really good at karaoke as adults.