Do your best Pollock impression with Wallner, Hot Mess Studios

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KENOSHA ⸺ Local artist Katy Wallner may be a hot mess.

But it’s OK. She likes it that way. 

While regularly that description has negative connotations, like with many things, Wallner has turned it into a positive with her new creation: Hot Mess Studios, LLC

The brainchild of the Creatives for Community founder, the new pop-up art studio offers local kids, adults and also whole families the opportunity to do their best Jackson Pollock impression on a blank canvas.

“Life can get messy sometimes,” Wallner writes in the project’s description on social media. “Doesn’t mean it can’t be beautiful! A safe place to come in and be your own artist. No judgements. No critics.

Enjoy the process of creating splatters and leave with your Jackson Pollock inspired masterpiece!”

Artist Katy Wallner

Wallner also to officially open pop-up art studio Saturday

A canvas used by patrons of Hot Mess Studios, LLC over the weekend at Kenosha Fusion. Photo by Daniel Thompson/The Uptown Observer.

The official opening day for Hot Mess Studios will be this Saturday at Kenosha Creative Space, 624 57th St. 

The event will run from 11:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m. You can book an appointment for Saturday by messaging Hot Mess Studios on Facebook; however, walk-ins are also welcome.

For more information on Hot Mess Studios and Creatives For Community, also visit creativesforcommunity.net.

A peek at Hot Mess Studios, LLC


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