Last week I ventured over to studio b. with one of my co-workers to take in the “Paper Cuts” exhibit by Panama City Beach paper artist Heather Clements. If you’ve never visited “the b” as its called, there is always an inspiring, creative something happening from art displays to culinary classes to fashion design and bike building. In contrast to the brilliant white of the surrounding courtyard homes of Alys Beach, the hanging photos, vivid canvases, intricate paper cutouts, eye-catching jewelry, even animated iPads are full of color, pattern and plenty of vibrance. Here’s a mini tour of the studio from pictures I snapped on my iPhone.
|Bird cutouts from the outside. What a fun way to jazz up a window!|
|Submissions from the annual New Year’s Day studio b. camera phone event|
|Hi! Even the stair tiles look like paper cut-outs!|
|Cutouts from the inside.|
|Paper Dolls by Amy Werntz were also on display. These might have been my favorite.|
|I love these detail shots, especially the use of color around the eyes and lips.|
|studio b. light impressions = 40 iPads featuring iPhoneography|
|Paper Cuts! Sorry about the light reflection.|
|a bamboo bike from a recent studio b. bike-building event|
If you want to check out more of the fun stuff going on at studio b., hop on over to their website here.