$125.00Les Cermiques de Lussan brings us the guniea fowl from Lussan, France. The famous pieces were originally created by Heidii Caillard in 1974. In 1995, his son Adrien and a team of craftspeople continued the work of hand-painting these one of a kind pieces. Each of these guinea fowl make the journey from France to Ogunquit where they call the Pottery Shop home.Visit product page →
$64.00Crafted in the Philippines, our Serpentine Bud Vase features sinuous rows of 10 borosilicate glass vessels, joined by metal brackets in a darkened zinc finish. Coil or curve any way you’d like, and place a single bud or sprig in each petite bottle. Delicate looking but strong, the vases are made of borosilicate glass.Visit product page →
24"w 1.75"d 7.25"h
- Twists to any shape
- Zinc finish
- 10 glass vases
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We love these whimsical candle holders feature our most beloved animals. Candles are unscented.
The artist: All pieces are completely handmade by Suzanna Whalen from Hooksett, New Hampshire. She works in small batches, so each piece gets great time and attention and also possesses its own unique individual character. She uses all non toxic materials, and runs her kiln on solar power! It's important to her that she does her best to create pieces that are beautiful and functional, but also kind to mother earth.
$32.00The Pooley vase is a fully glazed ceramic bud vase and it takes all the work and thought out of flower arranging. Simply pop a stem in all or a few of the tubes and voila! Each tube is attached to the base and is individually separated so you can fill just one or fill them all.Visit product page →
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2021 Art Desk Calendar - by graphic artist Alan Claude features his latest stunning vintage retro art images of everyday moments on the Maine coast. We are celebrating the 10th Edition of Alan Claude's popular Art calendars that reflect the spirit New England coastal life. Can't you feel that sea breeze?
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 5x7 images on recycled FSC heavy 100 lb paper. Printed with Certified Wind Power.
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.