Anyone can make art according to one Fargo business owner

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FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live): Letting your uniqueness out is something one local Fargo artist is trying to teach people with her new business. Carrie's Twisted Art is a place where you have an in-studio or mobile painting classes in a group settings.

On the Valley Today Wednesday morning, reporter Ashley Bishop and owner Carrie Schwanke made rose out of egg cartons, used recycled materials, water colors and feathers .

Carrie's Twisted Art is located near the Fryin Pan on Main Avenue in Fargo and offers public events on Tuesday's and Thursdays from 7 to 10 p.m. and on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m. Classes start at $30. She also offers other classes in special effects make up, glass painting and junk journals.

No alcohol is allowed to drank at her studios but you can host a painting class at your home and she would come to you with all the supplies and there is no mess.

You can register for classes on Carrie's Twisted Art website and see what some of the artwork will be in upcoming classes. Schwanke suggests people check out her Facebook page as well for class information as well as her website. They are listed in the links.