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Mackenzie's Easter Picks

Mackenzie's Easter Picks

Happy March! Easter is coming up soon, so I thought: why not create a post showcasing my favorite things for the holiday? I want to help make your spring season as fun, whimsical, and imaginative as possible...by putting my Easter Picks all in one place. So, without further ado, here we go! If you are hosting an Easter event this April (or a spring birthday party, for example), a set of Painting Party paper placemats and Rabbit Vignette party cups is an easy way to make your gathering even more special. The cups can be reused (and/or given as party...

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Garden Beginnings

Garden Beginnings

Last summer, I attended a Lavender + Wildflower Festival near my home and it made me realize one thing: I love flowers. This wasn't a new revelation per se, but seeing the flowers sitting high on their stalks and swaying in the wind gave me a greater appreciation for them than I had previously. I loved how all of the blooms started from seed and that something beautiful grew out of nothing. And at the same time, I realized I needed a hobby that would keep me consistently busy. I have many interests and hobbies, but it can be difficult...

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2023: The Year of the New Studio

2023: The Year of the New Studio

Hello, and welcome to 2023!Aka, the year of the new studio…in more ways than one. The first way? If you glanced at the top of the website, you might have noticed a subtle change to my logo. Mackenzie Myrick is now Mackenzie Myrick Studio. Yes, a small change, but exciting nonetheless! Why the change? As I head into the 3rd year of my business, I am focused on bringing even more value to you: in my art itself, but also in my product offerings and presentation. And the Studio will help me do just that. The second way? The art...

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VOYAGE ATL: Life & Work with Mackenzie Myrick

VOYAGE ATL: Life & Work with Mackenzie Myrick

I recently had the honor of doing an interview with VoyageATL for their “Hidden Gems” series, where they highlight local artists and entrepreneurs. I am excited to say that the interview is now live on the website and available for you to read! In the article, I discuss how I got started, what makes my art practice unique, the lost art of black-and-white art, the challenge of being your own boss, and dealing with loneliness. Click here to read the full article!

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Imagination Station: How I Come Up With Ideas

Imagination Station: How I Come Up With Ideas

Hi everyone! Wow, the last time I blogged about anything was in February! This year is flying by and keeping me super busy. Somewhat luckily (and unluckily), I was forced to slow my roll this week by a bicycle accident - pun definitely intended. This past week I went bike riding with my cousin's family. Within the first five minutes (literally, the first five minutes), I got going too fast and couldn't brake...and ran straight into a pole! Truly, it was quite hilarious, but I ended up with a major hematoma (aka very nasty bruise) on my leg that swelled...

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Cake, candles, and a Badger?

Cake, candles, and a Badger?

Bippity Boppity Boo! February always feels just a tad bit special because it only has 28 days. It also tends to feel more special to me (and likely my fellow Georgians), because Georgia weather gets a little bit colder and the chance of snow increases for us during this month. Okay, it increases only slightly, and I haven’t seen snow on the ground in a few years, but I can hope, right? Today I want to highlight the Birthday Badger because he’s been such a big hit! I think what I love most about the little dude is that I...

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