Annie Corrington, the owner and artist behind one of downtown St. Joe’s newest businesses, started Art Attack Studio because she wanted to help others get in touch with their creative side. A former art teacher, Annie has 16 years of experience in visual art education. “The whole goal of creating Art Attack was to have a space where I could do my own art and share artistic experiences with others,” said Annie. “I want to bring back doing arts together, kind of like the old quilting bees.” Annie grew up embracing the creative artistry found in musicals, movies, theater, dance, crafting, drawing and painting. She draws from this wide range to create unique classes for artists of all ages and interests. As an avid seamstress, she has a particular interest in fiber arts, including how to dye fabrics and yarns, weave, print, manipulate and texturize all types of fabrics to make artistic creations. Adults and children alike can join classes or camps to create everything from paintings to sculptures to quilts – even building with legos. Private classes can be booked for team building, ladies’ night out, Scouts, church groups, birthday parties and more. For more information, check out the Art Attack Facebook page or contact Annie to sign up for a class or book a private, customized artistic experience.