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Egging Art classes move to studio home


October 20, 2017

Brandon L. Summers

Clara Bowcut, age 4, practices with encouragement from Art 4 All Ages instructor Cindi Egging before Wednesday's 4 Tiny Tots art class. Egging moved her studio from Jackson Street in June to a newly renovated space in her Linden Street home. Classes resumed this month.

Cindi Egging's Art 4 All Ages has moved from downtown Jackson Street to her Linden Street home.

Egging refurbished a space to serve as both her personal studio and to teach art classes to students of all ages.

This is not the first time Egging has moved her studio since starting three years ago.

"I'm like the gypsy art teacher," she said. "I've had art students following me all the way from when I was by the Coffee Corner to now."

Egging was first invited to teach art classes for children by Mary Katos, Blue Rooster Bakery and Cafe owner. The 10th Avenue business doubled as an art gallery....

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