Final touches have been added to Kate Victoria Creative Studio in a notable Bundaberg CBD building, with art workshops about to begin.
Kate Neal’s desire to share her love of art has now been fulfilled as she transforms the studio on the corner of Bourbong and Maryborough Streets into a hub of creativity.
The new business will soon offer up paint-and-sip style classes as well as children’s workshops and more.
Moving to Bundaberg from Mackay to be closer to family a little more than a year ago, Kate said her creative journey had started at a young age and she was now finally feeling accomplished.
“When I finished school I wanted to have a creative career so I studied and became a graphic designer, and worked at a signage company for several years, but never really felt fulfilled,” she said.
“I had strayed away from my art for a little while; then a few years ago I realised how much I missed creating, and I was most myself while I was making art and doing what I love.
“I started drawing and painting again and finding my creative identity and style.
“That’s when I decided I wanted to make a career out of my art and so Kate Victoria Creative was born.”
Kate said the location, which was previously a café, was ideal for her art workshops and she looked forward to…