Alana Solomon of Just Faux Fun, Inc. paints anything that will hold still! Indochine Restaurant, located in Wilmington, NC is just one of the beautiful examples of Alana’s hand-painting. Most of her work is residential and runs the gamut from traditional, to french country, to contemporary, to industrial and so on.
Creativity is a bottomless well so long as you stay in touch with the Original Creator. His supplies never run out and His imagination is infinite. Why just look at His ever changing sky schematic collection alone!
Drop cloths, brushes, paint tubes, buckets, tape, and ladders; “These are a few of my favorite things,” Alana Solomon of Just Faux Fun, Inc. continues, “Piles of canvases, frames, and gold leaf are things I never have enough!” she said. “My favorite college professor taught me to break out of my comfort zone. He had all the students bring sticks to class instead of paintbrushes. He said anything from nature we could bring, just not traditional artist tools. Then he held a stop watch and said ‘Go!’ He was the kind of professor, you just knew you better have something on your canvas when he said ‘Stop!’,” continued Alana. “He changed my perspective forever, I have never been the same! I was finally FREE!”, exclaimed Alana. Just Faux Fun, Inc. and Alana Solomon are still painting up a storm.
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