gifts from the sea, always an ispiration... Mooi!
This makes me think of summers by the sea... thank you for the reprieve from this cold weather!
PS I'm super curious what kind of sketchbook this is. I'm always on the look out for stitched ones that lie flat.
Envy! From someone who is landlocked. Love the shells!
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What a treat to see a glimpse of your beautiful shell collection and of course your lovely sketches!
Great pictures of some beautiful collections!
I LOVE THIS!!!
The shells are wonderful! Did you collect them from the beach you, your husband, and Lucy visit all the time? When I was in Del Mar, Ca. 14 months ago there were no shells, but there were the most wonderful rocks so I brought home about 20 pounds! They were smooth and a rainbow of colors and were a wonderful addition to all my other rocks I have collected from different places.
What a great ide for nature and Sketching when I do my art camps this summer with my little art students. I have tons of shells and I may have them bring their own shells collected on their beach trips... Love it Joy
Love this! May I use the last photo of your drawing as a sample to parents of my art students? The class we're doing is basic drawing and nature study and on the sheet where I describe the class I'd like to include your shell drawing. I will not be making any money off of this print out! Please let me know at email@example.com Thank you! Either way, lovely content!
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