Owned and operated by art teacher Nicole Brown, this art studio opened in May of 2014 and quickly became a success of Brown now only began selling her pieces but offering art classes as well.
Brown specializes in both fine art and jewelry that are representative of the sea and the island sunshine. Her most well-recognized pieces are one-of-a-king fused glass pieces and hand-cut glass pendants.
If you're interested in learning how to create yourself, you can sign up for one of her glass or jewelry workshops, and for an extra fun time she offers "Ladies Night Out" art parties and birthday parties for children.
Positioned 0.2 mi. south west of downtown Christiansted, True Blue Art Studio always welcomes residents and travelers exploring and shopping in this town or in the surrounding area. Regardless of whether you're staying in the vicinity, you should think about stopping by.
If you can't find the product you are searching for while browsing True Blue Art, you can check out some additional specialty shops in this general area, like St. Croix Ultimate Bluewater Adventure, and Cane Bay East. Read through the table below to see some examples of shops that are reasonably close to this retailer.
|Shopping Center||3.0 mi.||West-Southwest|
|St. Croix Ultimate Bluewater Adventure||Dive Shop||0.2 mi.||Northeast|
|Cane Bay East||Dive Shop||0.3 mi.||North-Northeast|
|Maria Henle Studio||Art Gallery||0.3 mi.||Northeast|
|Mitchell Larsen Studio||Art Gallery||0.3 mi.||Northeast|
Other than shopping, you can find various local landmarks that you could have fun visiting while you're in Christiansted. If heading to a historical site sounds entertaining, an option you might like is The Lutheran Church. However, if you'd rather a museum, then the right match for you may be Apothecary Hall. Be sure to take advantage of some other interesting activities and restaurants nearby.
Location: 54 King Street, Christiansted, St. Croix
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