Ideas Shortage

Court Painter Ideas Shortage Forces Shutdown Of Studios

The CP Studio blames it on “teething problems” with the delayed delivery of art algorithm generator.

The closed Court Painter studio in Inglewood, Alberta

 The fast art outlet has been forced to close a raft of studios after a delayed new art algorithm generator resulted in Court Painter portrait shortages across the country and France.

Court Painter fans were in a flutter Monday after most of the Court Painter outlets in Canada and St Pierre & Miquelon were forced to close because of a shortage of ideas.

A Hardon MacKay the studio Press Attache and apologist , blamed “teething problems” with the delay of the delivery of the new art algorithm generator crucial to feeding the Court Painter with fresh ideas.

The CP Studio first apologized for the problems on Saturday. In an update Monday, stated the Inglewood studio would open “when they damn well please,” but did not say when the rest might join them.

It said those studios that remained open were operating a limited menu of miniatures and sketches with shortened hours.

“We know that this might have inconvenienced some of you over the last few days, and disappointed you when you wanted your portrait fix — we’re sorta sorry about that….this disruption in our supply chain we take very seriously ,” Court Painter explained in a delicate yet strident statement.

 When the Court Painter announced in October that he  “promised to re-write the art rule book and set a new studio benchmark for delivering fresh portrait ideas via the art algorithm generator in a sustainable way,” little did he realize that sometimes deliverology shit happens.