July 11, 2019 | EST. READ TIME: 2 MIN

Revitalization Program Brings Another Business to Downtown Watertown

With assistance from the Watertown Development Company (WDC) through their downtown revitalization program, another business will be making its move to downtown Watertown soon.


The Painted Fox will be moving into the building located at 208 East Kemp Avenue in downtown Watertown.


Opening in August, the studio will be a place where you can paint your own pottery, attend pottery classes, do glass fusing, wood sign painting, and canvas painting.


Ashley Fox is the owner of The Painted Fox. She said she considers this a “hands-on arts studio.”


“I am not an artist, but I can help. You don’t have to be creative or good at it. You can come in and I will guide and help you with your project. Its more about the experience of working with pottery rather than being an expert and creating a work of art,” Fox said.


Some examples of the items you will be able to create include paint your own pottery with 50 plus items to choose from, dinner wear, and piggy banks.  Price ranges will be $10.00 and up.


There may also be an opportunity for the business to offer wine during classes in the future. Ashley has applied for a beer and wine license which will be going in front of the Watertown City Council at their July 15th meeting.


The Painted Fox will be open most evenings. Ashley plans on posting a monthly calendar the month before so people can plan ahead for her events which will include art camps for children, lady’s night, and a couple’s night.