The Fernandina Beach Arts Market has rapidly gained traction on Amelia Island. Local artists and designers set up their booths on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month with a wide assortment of arts and crafts.
Featured this week are three unique vendors; one works with Italian marble and tile, another has found a practical way to re-purposed wine bottles and the third is a family that works together creating hand crafted pottery.
Artist Tricia Fanelli of Giulia’s Treasures blames her Italian heritage for her love of tile and marble. She creates coasters, match boxes, frames, custom tile, cheese plates, tile servers, trivets and more with seaside decorations like mermaids, seahorses and shells. Her lovely beach inspired nightlights and wreaths are decorated using locally sourced materials.
Uncorked Lighted Bottles are designed by Joyce who re-purposes used wine and liquor bottles into unique, practical and effective, electric lighting options. These beautiful pieces are works of art that make great gifts as well as a perfect center pieces for your next special event!
Fernandina Clay is a family-operated pottery business based in Fernandina Beach, Florida. They make pottery and prints that celebrate coastal life. Their creations are pleas, calls to their users to slow down and notice the details that make life precious. The family makes art because, “We think there is beauty in the most mundane of things and we encourage everyone to find it.”
Other booths at the Arts Market include fine jewelry, wood crafts and signage, photography, apparel, aprons, hand crafted soap products, pet accessories, and more.
The Fernandina Beach Arts Market will be open from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM on July 12, 2014, and is located adjacent to the popular farmers market found on N. 7th Street in historic, Fernandina Beach.
Please call Joe at (904) 557-8229 for more information or booth space availability.