Perhaps the reason that this area of maritime forest goes unnoticed, (an area which in fact comprises the majority of Frisco Village), is simply because the oceanfront beaches just yards away are too alluring to ignore, and garner the lion's share of vacationers' interest. This is understandable, as when most folks think of an Outer Banks vacation, they envision miles of unspoiled beaches, refreshing ocean waves, and plenty of room to spread out a beach blanket, and Frisco's beaches have all of these attributes in spades.
Located in a new venue, Sandcastles’ 2500 square feet is filled with a wide variety of art, crafts and gifts. You will know you are at the coast viewing the beach-themed items. Shop for coastal décor, handcrafted, local and designer-made jewelry, blown, stained and fused glass art, mosaics, metal art, wind chimes and plenty of greeting cards.
The shell bracelets by Charles Albert are to die for! View photography by local artist, Jennifer Johnson, who has a passion for coastal imagery. Local artists present a lot of colorful and graphic prints including Kim Mosher and Kim Folds.
The gallery/gift shop also has lots of greeting cards from which to choose as well as shells! Gifts include shell wind chimes, a clock resembling a metal diver’s helmet, fish wall art, moveable sand art, rock oil lamps and a nice selection of goblets. Check out their exclusive blend of Hatteras Tea and Coffee. They also offer classes in encaustic art, decorative toll painting and mosaic making open to artists on all levels. Closing hours vary monthly as the season progresses.
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