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Wildart expands with creative factory

COVINGTON, Ga. - Wildart LLC is expanding its footprint from one storefront to two on Covington Square. The new expansion will be located at 1120 Church St. SE and will be named Wildart Creative Factory.

The new space will be dedicated to art related workshops such as metalsmithing, stained glass instruction, pottery, advanced painting techniques, acting, culinary and more. Ann Wildmon, the owner of Wildart LLC, envisions the space to be a creative place for people of all ages to explore their artistic side. The new space will also allow Wildart to hold more private paint parties, art camps and additional seating for their popular Sip and Paint classes in the original location on Washington Street.

“The Factory space gives us the opportunity to offer more in-depth art classes. This has always been a dream of mine since opening Wildart Gallery in 2014,” Wildmon said. “The expansion will allow us to have a continuously open studio with local artists working and teaching through the Wildart Creative Factory. We invite everyone to come out and see what the buzz is all about!”

The soft opening of Wildart Creative Factory is March 2, beginning with a metalsmithing class. A grand opening celebration is planned for some time in April and will be announced on the Wildart website.

A calendar of classes for the new Wildart Creative Factory can be found at and on their Facebook page.