Monthly Archives: June 2021

Sea driftwood cabinets

i really enjoy making these. Theres the finding of the driftwood ,driftwood washes up randomly here at Felixstowe ,theres never very much of it and it usually gets taken back by the very next tide,–so iv got to be quick. … Continue reading

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small pieces of sea pottery become sailing boats

on the beach i found several small pieces of sea pottery-immediately i thought Hey those look like sails ,so i made up this art piece using the pieces + sea driftwood and now its in my etsy shop for sale … Continue reading

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making a beach candle holder

i had found an ancient brush head washed up on my local beach at Felixstowe -decided it would make a cool base for a candle holder. I used sea metal to make the holder then added sea glass and yellow … Continue reading

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wee ships from sea driftwood-for sale

using ancient sea driftwood iv made these little boats to put in my etsy shop.i collected the driftwood after a big storm back in 2019 on the same beach as in the images.It took 2 years to dry out! now … Continue reading

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making seaside diorama-imprinted glass

Using glass imprinted with sea shells i created little seaside diorama by adding seaglass and shells and painted an original seasider scene on the lid. Now its for sale in my etsy shop. http://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/sunnySUFFOLKart . Hope you are having happy … Continue reading

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Swimming at the beach -chilly but good!

its been a late summer this year,finally got to swim in the sea here at Felixstowe, feels great! i hope you are having happy days!

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painting on small metal tins -and making dioramas

i stumbled on these tins that held sweeties and decided to use them in my art projects. iv been painting on the lids using acrylic paints and then sealing the finished painting with varnish. Inside the tin iv made a … Continue reading

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