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Tricia Simpson of Urban Easel, Shepherdstown. events.
Simpson has studied art for most of her life, and found herself teaching it as a result— most recently at a local private school. But the urge to broaden her reach, and spread art into the community fi nally pushed her to go out on her own. “Shepherdstown has such
a vibrant art scene. It felt natural to come here,” she explains. “I think we need to balance all of the technical and logical today with something that moves a deeper side of ourselves. I hope to nurture and help grow artists of all ages, but I really want to bring children to see art as another form of communication and expression.”
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Meade studied elementary education and fi ne arts at Shepherd University and Colorado Mountain College, and has been a preschool teacher for 11 years. During high school and college, she traveled and photographed the United States twice. She’s also traveled the world extensively, reveling in the various art forms she has come to love: painting, sculpting, photography, and art. “Tricia and I have been friends for about fi ve years now; she taught art to my children at school. She’s an amazing teacher and artist and I’m thrilled to be a part of her studio.” Urban Easel offers classes for
all ages and artistic abilities. There are open studio times for
those comfortable in an artistic atmosphere, children and adult beginner classes, homeschool art classes, evening “Cork and Canvas” nights,
out” evenings, special events, and birthday parties offered weekly.
For information on classes, open studio times, and to schedule an event or party, visit
com/urban-easel or fi nd them on Facebook at Urban Easel.
La Niche Boutique
Mixes Art and Style Harpers Ferry is seemingly ready-made for the boutique experience. Its charm is easily enhanced by the abundance of shops and restaurants that tuck themselves enchantingly in and among one another on the side of the famous hill overlooking two rivers.
One of these likable little outposts is La Niche Boutique, owned by Veronica Burnside— who spent over 20 years in graphic design before fulfi lling her dream to own her own business. Burnside’s shop offers up an inspiring variety of women’s accessories within a comfortable environment and a belief that “you don’t have to spend a lot to look fabulous.” Known by her family and
friends for most of her life as the “artsy and
creative “kids night www.urbaneasel.wix.
one,” Burnside has applied this desig nation, along with a likable, easy-going demeanor, to her inviting space. “I try to mix things up, as far as merchandise goes; I bring in some local artisan products that are unique, as well.” She also engages with the customers to enhance the La Niche experience, while also receiving valuable feedback. “You have to talk with customers and get involved. I think they appreciate change and it keeps them curious and coming back.” La Niche (180 High
1A) has been open only since October, but the shop is already becoming a necessary stop in Harpers Ferry. From reupholstered furniture to teacup bird feeders to unique fashion pieces, and much more, La Niche Boutique truly has something for everyone. For information, visit lanicheboutique.com
, call 304- 535-6861, or fi nd La Niche on Facebook.
Veronica Burnside at La Niche, Harpers Ferry.
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