Hawaii Fluid Art

31 03, 2024

Hawaii Fluid Art: FRANCHISEES OF THE MONTH: JODI & SHAHID MEHMOOD: Art Impacting a Community

2024-03-31T16:16:58-04:00March 31st, 2024|Tags: , , |

Husband-and-wife team Jodi and Shahid Mehmood are no strangers to the world of franchising. With a history of working as FranServe consultants while owning a successful Pilates franchise, the couple was looking for a change in their lifestyle. Specifically, they wanted something that’s a bit more family focused. At the time, the couple’s son was 11, and both Jodi and Shahid wanted a franchise opportunity in which he could also participate. By Kelsi Trinidad


29 11, 2023

Hawaii Fluid Art: A Feel Good Experience

2023-11-30T10:05:01-05:00November 29th, 2023|Tags: , , |

Since 2021, Hawaii Fluid Art has offered an experience unlike any other. Fluid art is unique because it involves pouring colors and tilting the canvas to create a one-of-a-kind piece. The company also offers classes for resin tumblers, glass painting and resin beach scenes. Regardless of which class a customer takes, they’ll leave with so much more than a piece of art. By Shelby Green


28 03, 2023

Hawaii Fluid Art: Nurturing Creativity

2023-03-28T21:15:20-04:00March 28th, 2023|Tags: , , , |

Elva Alcala of Celina, Texas, worked in social services for some 20 years. She enjoyed her career but longed for a business of her own. As a young person, she loved to paint and draw but put aside her art as an adult. When her employer restructured in 2021, Alcala was let go. “I thought it was time for me to do something different and that I really loved,” she said. “I’ve always been interested in the arts.” By Patty Horansky


26 12, 2022

Hawaii Fluid Art: A Model That Wields the Power of Art

2022-12-26T12:26:34-05:00December 26th, 2022|Tags: , , |

Hawaii Fluid Art has finally solved the problem that many of us face: what to get the person who has everything. The studio creates an uplifting blend of retail and art studio space, where customers can create something unique and take home a memory that will last a lifetime. By Elice Morgenson