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New Artists' Studio Welcomes Community
Posted on: 03/08/2013
By  Mike Cullums
 
Resolve Studios is an art studio operated by Geoff Schenkel, Anthony Wilson and Todd Morrow, located at 332 Franklin Street in Harmar. The artists are conducting an open studio day for the community tomorrow (Sat., Mar. 9) from noon until five.
 
Todd Morrow tells WMOA News visitors will “see some completed art projects, and we’re working on a big project called 'Flow' that’s coming up at the Dairy Barn in April. We’re working on it in the middle of the big studio, and that gives people a chance to watch and see how that’s developing…and just see what we do.”
 
You may be familiar with Athens’ Dairy Barn, a well established collaborative artists facility. Two artists who have done work there – Marcia Schubert and Sandra Sleight-Brennan – are the first non-staff members at Marietta’s Resolve Studio. Given the high standards established at the Dairy Barn, Todd Morrow and his partners are proud to be able to anchor the display, called the Victorian Brain Architecture Collection, which they describe as “curiously inspiring.”
 
We asked Morrow why he, Schenkel and Wilson are conducting their first open house now.
 
“We’ve just gotten geared up to where we’re really starting to work together as a team. We’ve done a lot of remodeling, and we’ve opened (the studio) up where people can come in and watch us work and have a good time. So we thought this was a good time to introduce the public to what we’re doing.”
 
Learn more about the community’s newest artistic endeavor on Facebook
 
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