We introduced another great person and family last week with the Ribbon Cutting for revive Studio 1025 in the 56 Highway Shopping Center next door to Mr. Goodcents. (By the way, great sandwiches and cookies Chip Hornberger.)
Revive Studio 1025 is owned by Veronica Powell and is a new artisan shop which is a tribute to her son, who was tragically killed in an accident two years ago. Veronica turned to painting to help in the healing process after the family tragedy. She shared her story with the crowd at the ribbon cutting and I noted a few tears being wiped away, including my own. She explains the name by saying “Revive” is what the store has done for her during the creation of this studio and the 10-25 was her son’s birth date.
Veronica will be offering regular art classes and has on sale lots of retro arts items for use in creating your next neat project. She will also have the works of featured artists on a regular basis. So go see the Revive Studio 1025 at 915 Ames. It is a one of kind new shop created in Baldwin City. Say hi to Veronica and tell her “thank you” for choosing Baldwin City to do business.