Ellsworth Artist Names Her New Boutique Full Of Discarded Items ‘Flowers In The Attic’ After She Learns ‘Bag Lady’ Was Already Taken

Jessica Harris Ellsworth MaineELLSWORTH — A local artist and jewelry designer has opened up a boutique, Flowers in the Attic Studio, on Bangor Road just in time for your holiday shopping. “It’s all local art,” said Jessica Harris, whose shop is located across from NewLand Nursery & Landscaping. “I’m attracted to things that nobody else has, one of a kind, vintage or forgotten things,” Harris said. “I like to bring life back into things people would normally want to store in their attics forever.” That thought of hidden treasures in an attic long forgotten inspired Harris to name her shop Flowers in the Attic. (read more at the Fenceviewer)

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1 Comment for “Ellsworth Artist Names Her New Boutique Full Of Discarded Items ‘Flowers In The Attic’ After She Learns ‘Bag Lady’ Was Already Taken”

  1. Gail Starr

    It’s great to see artists working with beautiful and interesting found material in new ways and believing in the value of location! Would love to know if there’s a way to see her work–for those Maine lovers who can’t be there. Is there a website? Bravo to Jessica

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