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Things To Do In Covington Ga: Visit Van Go's Studio

Things To Do In Covington Ga Visit Van Go's StudioWith a heavy heart, we must report that Van Go's Studio is now closed. Visit our Places To Shop area to see more fun and interesting boutiques and art studios in the Covington Ga area.
  The town of Covington, Georgia is not only known as the Hollywood of the South, but also for having impeccable beauty and an amazing history, with plenty of things to do in Covington.  One of the most visited tourist attractions Covington has to offer is Van Go's Studio. Carol Veliotis opened Van Go's Studio in 2009, which is now located at 5172 Floyd Street in Covington GA.  This contemporary art gallery has steadily become one of the most popular tourist attractions Georgia has for both locals and tourists. Like each artwork piece, the studio itself is truly one of a kind and is located inside one of the historical landmarks of Covington.  Garnering the support of her family, Carol Veliotis’ son renovated the 1922 building and her daughter's re-creation of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” resides on the exterior wall facing the street. Even Veliotis' grandchildren contributed to the beautification project by weeding the garden. Unique artwork at affordable prices is located both inside and outside of the building. In addition, Van Go's Studio hosts various events featuring some of the most talented local artists of today.  The art gallery has been regarded by prior visitors as an exceptional place to shop in Covington and relax. If you are looking for things to do in Covington, Ga, add the place that one visitor proclaimed as '...a temple of love, beauty and art': Van Go's Studio. You are sure to be welcomed by Carol, her daughter and daughter-in-law with pure southern hospitality. For more information about featured artwork and details about upcoming events feel free to contact the owner, Carol Veliotis, at 404.226.8690; or checkout Van Go's Studio website.
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