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Wall Art

  • 8x10 Bird Splashes in Bath
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    Beach Stone and Sea Glass Originals by Brian Main and his daughter Lauren began years ago, collecting colorful and special shapes while combing the Northeast’s beaches from Maine to Connecticut.

    Brian, a retired architect, sketches and designs many of the concepts, collects the raw materials and frames the images. Lauren, a Geology scientist, plans and composes the images and provides the artistic direction.

    The two enjoy their “father-daughter time” working together on creating these exquisite, one of a kind pieces.

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  • 5x7 The Narwhal II Sailboat
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    Beach Stone and Sea Glass Originals by Brian Main and his daughter Lauren began years ago, collecting colorful and special shapes while combing the Northeast’s beaches from Maine to Connecticut.

    Brian, a retired architect, sketches and designs many of the concepts, collects the raw materials and frames the images. Lauren, a Geology scientist, plans and composes the images and provides the artistic direction.

    The two enjoy their “father-daughter time” working together on creating these exquisite, one of a kind pieces.

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  • 8x8 Seagull on Beach Post
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    Beach Stone and Sea Glass Originals by Brian Main and his daughter Lauren began years ago, collecting colorful and special shapes while combing the Northeast’s beaches from Maine to Connecticut.

    Brian, a retired architect, sketches and designs many of the concepts, collects the raw materials and frames the images. Lauren, a Geology scientist, plans and composes the images and provides the artistic direction.

    The two enjoy their “father-daughter time” working together on creating these exquisite, one of a kind pieces.

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  • Small Copper Turtle
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    Made by a husband and wife duo, D. and Kendall, in their garage studio, these copper sea life creatures will bring your walls to life. D. and Kendall begin with a heavy 16 ounce (per square foot) sheet of copper that is custom manufactured by Revere Copper to an extreme measure of purity and demanding specifications.

    A copper wire is brazed on the back of each wall hanging piece for easy attachment to a small nail or picture hanger. If hanging outdoors, we recommend you do so in a wind protected area or bring the piece indoors during episodes of high winds.

    The green patina (verdigris) on parts or all of some pieces is what occurs over time to unprotected copper exposed to the elements and is the reason copper implements thousands of years old are still being found in reasonably good condition.On some of their pieces, D. and Kendall accelerate this process by brushing on an acid solution, exposing it to a fine water mist until the patina forms, and then blowing off any clear coated areas with compressed air to prevent water spots.

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  • 8x10 Wood Island
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    8x10 Wood Island

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    Wood Island Art Print took place at Wood Island Light in Biddeford Pool, Maine. The versatile 8" x 10" size looks sharp as an accent piece or in a grouping. The colors are bold and striking with a solid ink coverage reminiscent of silk-screen printing.
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  • 8x10 Maine Lobster
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    Maine Lobster Ain't Nothing Bettah - The stage was set, lobsters boats nearby were just unloading their fresh catch, a warm summer breeze was present as the artist Alan Claude and his father-in-law enjoyed Homarus Americanus at Muscongus Bay Lobster Pound in Round Pond, Maine. Rarely would they raise their heads beyond the scope of their seafood trays, or even speak for that matter, but on one such notable occasion Alan's father-in-law aka "PA", did so and uttered the immortal words “Ain’t Nothin’ Bettah!” Alan nodded wholeheartedly in agreement. 

    The versatile 8" x 10" size looks sharp as an accent piece or in a grouping. The colors are bold and striking with a solid ink coverage reminiscent of silk- screen printing.

    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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  • 8x10 Goat Island Clammers
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    Goat Island Clammers took place in Cape Porpoise, Maine near Kennebunkport with Goat Island Lighthouse in the background. The versatile 8" x 10" size looks sharp as an accent piece or in a grouping. The colors are bold and striking with a solid ink coverage reminiscent of silk- screen printing.

    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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  • 8x10 Go Fetch
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    8x10 Go Fetch

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    8x10 Go Fetch

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    "Go Fetch" Golden Retriever at Beach took place in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. The versatile 8" x 10" size looks sharp as an accent piece or in a grouping. The colors are bold and striking with a solid ink coverage reminiscent of silk- screen printing.

    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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