Step inside Angel’s Art Attic proudly owned by zombie enthusiast Angel Brudnicki and experience the unique opportunity to get creative while supporting local artists in the Pasco County area. Read about the impressive array of art mediums from photography to paintings to handcrafted items, plus the monthly glow paint event and “Budding Artist’s Gallery” which features the work of children aged 3-17, available for purchase in this unique shop that also doubles as a full ceramics workshop and gift shop as well as serving up exciting events such as weekly Craft Nights and Stitch Sessions. Brudnicki puts forth her passion for horror into her products as seen in her zombie-themed ceramics and works of art.
Main Street, New Port Richey, has seen a new enterprise open its doors lately, bringing with it a unique opportunity for locals to get creative and support the area’s local artists. Angel Brudnicki, a zombie enthusiast and lover of all things horror, has proudly opened her business, Angel’s Art Attic, opposite the Hacienda Hotel at 5647 Main Street. After being open just one month, Brudnicki has received an overwhelmingly positive response from the community.
Angel’s Art Attic offers a welcoming space for locals to explore their creative side and buy unique gifts. The shop is split into two sections, one part serving as a ceramics workshop and the other displaying art and a gift shop. Alongside this, Brudnicki hosts several recurring events such as Sunday’s Community Craft Night, Wednesday’s Weekly Crafting Livestream, and Friday’s Stitch session. On the first Saturday of each month, a glow paint event takes place in the store. Visitors can also find a variety of art mediums from photography and paintings to handcrafted items, plus a “Budding Artist’s Gallery” which features works by children aged 3-17, all available for purchase.
Brudnicki also has a passion for horror which is showcased in the store via her zombie-themed ceramics and works of art.
Owner Angel Brudnicki is proud to provide Pasco County with a unique creative experience through her shop, Angel’s Art Attic. Not only does the shop offer a full ceramics workshop and gift shop, but it also hosts numerous creative events such as Community Craft Night, Weekly Crafting Livestream, and Stitch sessions. On the first Saturday of each month, visitors can take part in a glow paint event. Additionally, the shop features an impressive array of art mediums from photography to paintings to handcrafted items, plus a “Budding Artist’s Gallery” that showcases the work of children aged 3-17. However, what truly sets Angel’s Art Attic apart is Brudnicki’s passion for horror, which is evident in her zombie-themed ceramics and works of art.
With over 5,000 molds to pour, the shop offers patrons a vast selection of ceramics from buddhas and shark heads to Disney characters and motorcycles. Prices are mostly $15 and under, with a small additional fee for the inclusion of paint, studio time, and firing.
Angel’s Art Attic is proud to offer something for everyone, regardless of age or ability. Visit angelsartattic.com to discover the endless possibilities for your creativity.
Angel’s Art Attic is a safe space for all creatives and art enthusiasts alike, where you can buy unique gifts, explore your creative side and attend interesting events. All this with a theme of horror thanks to the store owner’s passion for all things zombie-related. Not only does Angel’s Art Attic open up a world of creative opportunities in Pasco County, but it also provides budding artists an outlet to showcase their skills and talents. It’s clear to see why the local community has welcomed the shop with open arms after just one month of being open.