Something Original Studios may look ordinary on the outside, but inside, they are anything
but. Offering 2,000+ square foot spaces, the buildings demand to be used creatively. Rescued vintage furnishings line the walls, and are asseccorized with works of art from Terri B Webb's students, friends, family, and works of her own.
In addition to using the spaces to produce large commercial artwork, she rapidly converts the studio section into art classrooms. Terri, Lydia McDaniel, and the studio's team, encourage and guide school aged students to use their minds to paint, and instructs them to use their hands as tools like the paint and brush. With eyes closed, each student is given a subject, object, or place to visualize. Several questions are asked to engage creativity, and it is paint, paint, paint.
Terri brings years of experience in art, while Lydia brings experience in early childhood education. The Studios promote self esteem and accomplishment. Classes are scheduled for after school, Saturdays, and are offered to school systems for field trip opportunities in art.