Fort Worth, TX, June 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Local artist and quilter Angela A. Estrada has opened a first of its kind fun and unique shop located at 3526 W. Vickery Blvd, between the Cultural and Zoo districts in Fort Worth. The freshly painted blue building features art on the outside from another local artist and sure to become a local landmark.
The shop features Upcycled (recycled), Reimagined and One of a Kind art and gifts. The concept gives artists a unique venue to expose and their sell art and items to the general public. For a modest monthly rent artists/vendors display their wares in an open and inviting environment. Mrs. Estrada also creates unique quilts and also offers local quilters access to her long arm-quilting machine housed in the shop.
This shop is a first of it’s kind in Fort Worth since all items have to meet these unique criteria to be able to display. Items vary from repurposed furniture, to robots created from household and electronic items.
“We are always looking for talented artists with unique items to offer our customers, so every visit is an adventure, spaces are still available but going fast!” says Mrs. Estrada.
The Grand opening will be on Saturday June 16, 2012 between 10:00am and 2:00pm, and will celebrate local artists displays, food and fun!
Visit website for updates and artists profiles, www.CreativeCollectiveFortWorth.com