Fernandina Beach, FL, October 28, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The former owner of "Artisan Village" to open new artistic venture in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Julie Delfs, professional Fernandina Beach, Florida resin-epoxy artist who was the creator and owner of "Artisan Village" on Sadler Road in Fernandina Beach, Florida is about to begin a similar artistic venture steps from the beach in Fernandina Beach. Julie recently made the decision to close Artisan Village in late 2019 after the property was sold to new owners. Her new venture will focus more on her coastal-inspired epoxy-resin art and home decor statement pieces.
The new venture will be called “Seaside Gallery,” which will be her new working studio, classroom space and art gallery located at 2022 1st Avenue on Sadler Road in Fernandina Beach. This new artistic space will be slightly larger than her previous working space at Artisan Village and will be located in Seaside Plaza which is also home to the Amelia Island Surf Company, Go Juice and Artistic Hair Salon. With the closing of Artisan Village, Seaside Gallery will still be the only art gallery and studio on Sadler Road.
Julie is well-known throughout the island for her use of resin-epoxy and acrylic mixtures to create ocean-inspired artwork including her popular jellyfish series which can be seen in many homes and businesses around the country. She also teaches beginner classes in resin-epoxy pouring multiple times a week in Fernandina Beach and as far away as Venice, Florida and St. Simons Island.
See Seaside Gallery on the web. Follow Seaside Gallery on Facebook.