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Hidden gem located in Remerton: Studio Imagination an escape for letting out your creative side

Pottery available for customization at Studio Imagination. (Photo Credit: Jyrell Wynn/THE SPECTATOR)

Written by Jyrell Wynn, Staff Writer

Nestled among the bars there is a little building that offers a different temptation for those who enter. Studio Imagination offers a unique experience for kids and adults to inspire their creativity through painting and crafts.

Since childhood, owner Barbara Hill wanted to share her art from woodwork to canvas painting with others. Opening in 1988, the central location and busy streets meant more opportunities for pedestrians to stop by.

Once a guest walks in, they can select the pottery they would like to paint and get started on their piece. After completing their masterpiece, the work is glazed and fired for preservation.

Mosaics, bottle slumping, glass fusion, no-fire clay, and other alternatives are available to expand creative horizons.

Studio Imagination is able to host birthday parties, ladies’ nights, school groups, and  summer camps.

Located on 1017 Baytree Place, Remerton (Valdosta) GA. 31601, no experience is necessary. The only requirement is a passion for fun and creativity.

Studio Imagination is opened four days a week from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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