Ormond Beach artist opens new art studio and vintage

Ormond Beach artist opens new art studio and vintage

Artist Angel Lowden seeks to encourage creative imagination in the group. She hopes her new studio room — which doubles as an artwork gallery and vintage boutique — is a place folks will turn to for that purpose.

“That’s what I experience like this room can supply,” she mentioned. “Because it can be not just a position exactly where you go searching. It can be not just a position the place you go and have an artist fee to do anything for you. It is an exercise — that you can occur here and be immersed by the natural environment.”

The Studio by Artist Angel Lowden recently opened at 150 Tomoka Ave. in Ormond Beach. Spanning about 1,150 square toes, the room is double the measurement of Lowden’s former studio in the city’s Railroad District. The walls showcase art by Lowden, her students and artists with whom she shares a own tie, and the area is filled with classic and handmade objects, as nicely as Lowden’s style line. 

From vintage furnishings to artwork on the walls, Angel Lowden hopes the community finds inspiration to be creative within her new studio. Image by Jarleene Almenas

Lowden utilized to travel Tomoka Avenue usually as a way to bypass Granada Boulevard, and she was familiar with the classic antique retail store that utilized to formerly occupy the room. In April, she seen a “for lease” signal on the house, and although she had no intentions to relocate her studio, she made the decision to acquire a closer glimpse. A few minutes later on, she named the landlord and uncovered herself signing a lease the next working day. 

“It just appeared like the right possibility and felt like it was a thing I ought to do,” Lowden explained. “So with no a next thought, I made the decision that I was heading to go my studio to this location.”

Lowden participated in Ormond MainStreet’s Artwork Stroll in July as a smooth opening to her new company, and mentioned she appears to be like forward to continuing to do so even even though she is off the principal downtown strip on Granada Boulevard. She wants men and women to see her studio area as a put to hold out, consume espresso or tea and take a look at creativity — most likely by way of the earning of greeting cards utilizing classic stamps.

She has a ton of them. About a thousand, most likely. Lowden continue to has 4 containers to sift by means of. 

These stamps came into her possession when, one particular working day, although browsing within Our Old Things Antique Mall in Holly Hill, she observed a pair of mermaid rubber stamps in a show case. She inquired about them, and she finished up obtaining the store’s total selection. 

Angel Lowden purchased various containers of stamps from a local antique shopping mall. Picture by Jarleene Almenas

“They’re all truly interesting,” Lowden stated. “… Some of the are unused. Some of them you could inform had been made use of, and some of them are just so exceptional that you just would by no means obtain them wherever other than in this collection. It came from somebody who really experienced a passion for stamps.”

The new place also lets Lowden to work on her very own art while handling the retail part. She also conducts artwork classes there with her students.

“It tends to make it definitely practical and enjoyment to be in this style of natural environment where I also can welcome a neighborhood to arrive in, visit, or truly feel influenced to be inventive, or discover a thing one of a kind to buy,” Lowden said. 

The studio is open up Wednesday to Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit www.artistangellowden.com.