“I just want to paint”, a common statement and don’t we all wish we could concentrate on the craft. Business is a craft to, a very creative one. Unfortunately these two crafts go hand in hand and one can not survive without the other. Funny enough deign and business are not that much different from each other. Both creative activities based on the principle of problem solving to complete a task. In these three classes you have all the basic essentials you need to be
Regina Garay helps run Orlando-based Garay Artisans, a sibling-owned business. Together, she and her brother, Jason Rosales, have tackled numerous residential and commercial projects, such as the Orlando International Airport and various Grand Bohemian Hotel properties. The company has won two Top Job Awards from American Painting Contractor magazine. Regina also pens the daily blog, Fauxology, which focuses on the love affair between Decorative Painting and Interior Design.
In Greek mythology, there is a mythical water beast called the Hydra. The Hydra had multiple heads – the zinger is that once you chopped one head off, two grew back in its place. So, you can imagine it would have been a challenge to conquer in that way. Many artisans view Social Media as a Hydra of sorts. There you are, finally understanding and conquering one site and boom! – another two pop up. Plus, the time spent on social media frequently gets in the way of being creative and generating new finishes and patterns for your business. Sound familiar?