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Shopping for someone else but not sure what to give them? Give them the gift of choice with a Perkins Cove Pottery Shop gift card.
Gift cards are delivered by email and contain instructions to redeem them at checkout. Our gift cards have no additional processing fees.
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Notecard with envelope plastic sleeve for protection. This card is blank on the inside for your personal message.
About the artist: Alan Claude greatly admires the American realist painter Edward Hopper because of his brilliant use of light and shadow, along with stark empty spaces. Other influences were early 20th century poster artists and pop artist Robert Indiana. In August 2004, Alan and his wife Erin visited with him at his Vinyl Haven island home. Robert Indiana gave them a private tour of his works and discussed art and life. The visit inspired Alan Claude to search further to find his own “voice” or style in art. Alan works in various mediums including pen & ink, photography, and digital illustration.
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Printed in Maine as a note card on 5x7" soft white matte card stock, this card is blank on the inside for your personal message, includes an A-7 envelop.
For over three decades, artist Ellen's boating, sailing, and kayaking adventures on the Maine coast inspired her to create a wide range of artwork in a variety of media including shells, driftwood, sea glass, oil paint, and beach stones. During her beachcombing years she collected hundreds of naturally formed heart-shaped rocks.
Love Rocks Me® officially began as her tribute to the great state of Maine in 2010 when she created an outline of the state with love rocks and photographed it for print. She arranges the rocks and photographs each design outdoors at her home near Casco Bay.
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Is there anything more Perkins Cove than lobster? 🦞
Barbara Walsh, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and award-winning author, writes an inspiring story about our most senior lobster trapper in Maine, and maybe even the world! Her book tells the tale of 103-year-old Virginia Oliver who began catching lobsters off Maine's coast when she was a little girl.