Nov 282011
 
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Product Description
A white holey pebble from a North Sea beach has been painted with non-fading waterproof inks. All kind of theads are woven into a plait.

The necklace’s lenght is about 17 inches (43 cm). It could be made shorter if you do another knot.

Inspiration/Story Behind This Product
This is a part of my Gypsy Mermaid collection, which is all about uncharted seas, empty beaches, pebbles, driftwood, and even mysterious water-polished remnants of long gone civilizations. Something for an “inner mermaid”: original, natural and wild.
Materials Used
holey stone, threads, yarn, ink
More Info
One of a kind wild improvisational necklace with a holey stone
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Nov 222011
 
Sandy beach in Aberdyfi / Aberdovey, Wales, UK by Linandara

A little picturesque village along the beach and on the hillside (nicknamed by kids Balamory), river estuary, white sails and a terrific view. Our favourite beach in the area. The original painting have been done on a warm september day in 2008, during low tide, while kids were busy splashing in shallow warm pools. Quite a lot of beach sand turned out to be incorporated in the picture…
After selling the original picture I played a bit with color to make this print more “impressionist”

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 November 22, 2011  Posted by at 16:39 beach, boat, colorful, impressionist, oil pastel, print, river, sea, seaside, Wales No Responses »
Sep 082011
 

Seaweed and Disappearing Beach Under the Rain - an original artwork
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Now GB £23.68 Was GB £26.31
Quantity: 1 available
Product Description
An original plein air / outdoor artwork done in Mundesley, Norfolk on a warm and rainy August day, 2011.
Inspiration/Story Behind This Product
I love doing outdoor artwork which capture the essence of the moment. This time it was fun to see watercolor washes gradually disappearing from the paper as it kept on raining…
Materials Used
watercolor card, watercolor, pigment ink pens, pencils, pastel
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 September 8, 2011  Posted by at 10:14 beach, mixed media, Norfolk, original artwork, rain, seaweed, sketch No Responses »
Sep 052011
 

One of a kind Gypsy Mermaids Necklace /Pendant

The Eye of the Storm - One of a kind Gypsy Mermaids Necklace /Pendant
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Quantity: 1 available
Product Description
The lenght is about 32 cm (12.5 inches), the weight is about 35 g (1 1/4 oz).
Inspiration/Story Behind This Product
This is a part of my Gypsy Mermaid collection, which is all about uncharted seas, empty beaches, pebbles, driftwood, and even mysterious water-polished remnants of long gone civilizations. Something for an “inner mermaid”: original, natural and wild.
Materials Used
holey stone (pebble, flint), a bead, yarn
More Info
A “magical” holey stone from Norfolk
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Mar 222011
 

A pen and pencil sketch of Mundesley beach, Norfolk, England, UK

A pen and pencil sketch of Mundesley beach, Norfolk, England, UK A very fast outdoor / plein air sketch of an eroded groyne, seagulls, dark clouds, a couple of fisherman, some buildings.
The size is A4 (approximately 21 x 30 cm)

A Quick Sketch of Fishermen on Mundesley Beach, Norfolk, UK

A Quick Sketch of Fishermen on Mundesley Beach, Norfolk, UK Done on the spot with pen and pencils.

Two fishermen, rods, yellow bucket, puddles, pebbles, groyne, sand, sea, clouds

Measuring approximately 21 x 29.5 cm (8 x 11.5 inches)

Thank you very much to the buyer from the USA!

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 March 22, 2011  Posted by at 07:27 beach, Norfolk, pen and ink, pencil, plein air, sales, sketch No Responses »