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Each frame is a one-of-a-kind piece, made with sea glass and pieces of drift wood that Amanda picks up from local beaches such as, Back Cove, Fort Williams State Park, Willard Beach, South Portland, Scarborough and Crescent Beach.
Background colors vary and not all are photographed here. We will contact you upon ordering with a photo of all current colors.
About the artist: Amanda Pray grew up on Casco Bay, which is located on the southern coast of Maine. When she met her husband who is a local lobsterman he has only helped fuel her artistic dreams. They are the quintessential Maine couple and have two daughters Pearl and Cora. And of course they have a fish, it's a goldfish named "water".
We fell in love with these cards made in Wilmington, NC by some creative geniuses! The inside of the card is blank. Enclosed in Kraft envelope. Printed on Neenah Sundance Felt White 80# cover. 100% post consumer recycled fiber. Non-toxic, soy inks. Made in the USA.Visit product page →
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2020 Art Poster Calendar - by Maine graphic artist Alan Claude features his latest stunning vintage retro art images of everyday moments on the coast. Celebrating Maine 200 Bicentennial. Inspired by bold, Poster Style graphics from the 1920's and 30's, mixed in with a little Edward Hopper, a heap of drama and a teaspoon of serenity. 12 beautifully printed 11x14 images on recycled FSC heavy 100 lb paper. Printed with Certified Wind Power.
Frame not included.
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The tree of light menorah is destined to become a keepsake, a family heirloom passed down from generation to generation. Hand-forged, hand-bent iron comes to life with recycled glass fused in Luis' kiln to create organic functional art pieces with clean lines that will be enjoyed for a lifetime. Candles are pure beeswax.
About the artist: Luis Martinez creates each piece by hand at his studio in Pflugerville, Texas. Each design is inspired by nature, brought to life with superior craftsmanship. Born in Colombia in 1967, Luis discovered his passion for sculpting with his hands after working with different artists for many years, learning various techniques such as melting and shaping iron and fusing glass.