Bree Darson

Owner/Instructor

Growing up with an artist for a mother, I was painting before I was standing. Even when just eating dinner, my parents would find me sculpting my mashed potatoes. So, I always knew art was my passion. I then went on to graduate from Eastern Michigan University with a Fine Arts degree, and have continued to use my artistic abilities in any way I can find. Now, as a mother myself to Olive, (3) my heart has drawn me to working with children, so they can also find a passion for art.

Bree and Olive

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Bree and Jenny

Jenny Jurcisin

Owner

My sister, Bree Darson, and I grew up in an art-filled, creative environment. Mom was, and is, always painting, knitting, sewing, or creating in some way. Dad was, and still is, always ready to assist with the latest creative endeavor… from making picture frames for mom’s paintings, to constructing a display for art shows, to delivering wedding flowers. The two have made quite a team over the years in so many creative adventures.

Our home was never without paint, fabric, yarn, beads, Sharpies, hot glue, and glitter. Our dining room table usually housed the latest creations, from paintings of “happy flowers,” to Halloween costumes, to stuffed witches and Santas, to floral arrangements. The floors had little splatters of paint and if you looked close enough, just enough glitter to make it sparkle.

Events at our house were a little “extra” even before the days of Pinterest. Whether it was a treasure hunt through the woods, a haunted house constructed in the garage, fireworks at Bree’s wedding in the backyard, or Mom’s cozy home art shows- gatherings are always a bit “magical.”

Bree was always being creative too from sculpting her mashed potatoes at the dinner table, to sculpting clay in school and receiving her degree in Fine Art.

Now, in my own home, our extra bedroom is “the craft room” where our two boys, Zach and Carter, can always find supplies for a school project and where the stacks of scrapbook paper, yarn, and fabric hint that I may have a craft supply hoarding issue.


So, it seems the stars may have aligned for Bree and me when we were given the opportunity to own a bright and fun art studio right in downtown Plymouth. Bree’s friend, Stacey, has created a beautiful space where children and adults alike can learn, create and be inspired. Bree and I are so excited to be able to continue what Stacey has brought to life at the studio, with children’s art classes, camps, adult workshops, birthday parties, and creative events of all kinds.


It’s a space with paint splatters and glitter on the floor, a space where events will be “magical” and a little “extra.” I can’t help but to think it seems a little bit like coming home.

Jessie Richardson

Instructor

Two essential qualities of my being include creativity and nurturing others. I began creating art at a very young age and continue to fall more in love with it every day. As for my nurturing qualities, I grew up in a home constantly surrounded by children and later pursued a degree in Speech-Language Pathology. I am fascinated by the minds of children. They are brilliant connoisseurs of creativity, love, and humor. The uniqueness that spreads from child to child is what makes the teaching environment exciting. I hope to bring the same inspiration I received from my art teachers to each and every one of you!

© 2019 The Art Attic

49000 N Territorial Rd     Plymouth, MI 48170

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