Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Nomemade Beach Art

The photos below are of the art work I have created using rocks, twigs, glass, ceramics, and string from the beaches of Nome, Alaska.  Inspired by Sharon Nowlan of Nova Scotia. 

They come framed in a shadow box.  These items are made for local fundraisers, craft fairs, and art shows.  They are not sold online to be shipped.  So if you really want one and know someone living in Nome willing to deliver to you it can be done.

Headed to Nome sweet Nome.

with blacklight art.

Subsistence

 with blacklight art

 Family

Rare red heart shaped beach glass found on the beaches of Nome, Alaska.

Hanging Laundry

Blue King Crab

Island Drummers and Dancers

Kite flying


Camp

Family

Fishing


Baby Jesus

with blacklight art

Roasting marshmellows

Musk Oxen

Nomegrown

Nomemade Beach Art magnets


Eskimo Blanket Toss

Salmon Fishing

Wedding (this is an incomplete photo but you get the idea)


 Whale Hunters

Northern Lights

Laundry

Dry Fish

Family Meeting

Couple on bench

  Berry Picking

Christmas Morning


Laundry- Whites

Swimwear

5 comments:

  1. Hi, I love your beach art. I am in Tasmania Australia and also love collecting from the beach. Recently i started using my finds also in art and love creating. I also am a prospector and watched Bering Sea gold recovery with interest.
    Regards Coral

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    1. Thanks Coral, glad you like my beach art. Would love to go to Australia someday.

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    2. Love your creativeness...my husband collects beach glass,odd stone, twigs..he is artistic too.I'm learning..

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  2. When you come to Australia please come to Tasmania and stay with us and we will show you our state. You can come on the ferry from Melbourne and we could pick you up 😊

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  3. When you come to Australia please come to Tasmania and stay with us and we will show you our state. You can come on the ferry from Melbourne and we could pick you up 😊

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