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A new business in Clarksburg is expanding after opening just two years ago.

The Starving Artist is moving to a new location at the corner of fourth and Main Street.

The old Friedlander's Building is nearly six times the size of the art studio's current space.

Owner Bill Leaseburg said needing more space is a good position to be in.

"Our classes is the thing that has outgrown our location," Leaseburg said. "We are simply inundated every week with more requests, whether it be more children or adults to come and paint with us."

Leaseburg said the Starving Artist will start holding classes in the new location on Wednesday.