For Immediate Release
October 14, 2016
FLAMETREE CLAY ART GALLERY WILL CONTINUE WITH NEW OWNER
VERO BEACH, FL – Flametree Clay Art Gallery is pleased to announce a smooth transition of ownership for the popular clay gallery on 14th Avenue. In September of this year, the founders of the gallery announced that they needed to step back from the day-to-day operations of the gallery. The announcement created several interested parties, but one stood out to the owners. When Bruce and Leah Cady approached them, a perfect match was found. “The Flametree Clay Art Gallery has played an important part in the county arts community by giving clay artists their own place to exhibit,” said Leah. She intends to grow upon the foundation that founders Maria Sparsis, Karen Ekonomou and Trudy von Linsowe created when they opened the gallery in 2011.
In addition to the brick and mortar gallery in downtown Vero Beach, the Cady’s plan to grow the gallery’s presence through digital marketing and participation in events outside of Indian River County. “Our artists create such wonderful work, it is our goal to promote them and get their work in front of a much larger audience,” Leah said.
One of the gallery founders, Maria Sparsis said, “Bruce and Leah will bring fresh energy and new ideas to inspire both our artists and customers. Nearly all of the existing artists will continue to exhibit at Flametree Clay Art Gallery.”
Potters and clay artists interested in selling their work through Flametree Clay Art Gallery are invited to contact Leah at 772-453-5197 or email@example.com.
Flametree Clay Art Gallery is an art gallery dedicated to clay artists. Artists from the Treasure Coast display their work at the gallery, with monthly changes to highlight different themes. Located in Vero Beach’s downtown on 14th Avenue, the gallery is walking distance to many fine restaurants and other galleries. Learn more about Flametree Clay Art Gallery at www.flametreegallery.com