Pebble Earrings, Butterfly (13/12/18)

These earring pebbles are roughly 16mm wide and 20mm in length. The pebbles are in naturally occurring shapes (with the occasional necessary sanding), so they are not identical to each other – part of their charm.

Acrylic paint on slate pebbles, triple-coated with polyurethane, hung on silver plate copper ear wires. (See Dec 4th 2018 post to see the shape of the ear wires)

They are 18 pounds sterling each, plus p & p. Payment by Paypal.

Available to buy.

 

Pebble Earrings, Leaf (12/12/18)

These earring pebbles are around 13mm wide at the widest point, and 19mm long. The pebbles are in naturally occurring shapes (with the occasional necessary sanding), so they are not identical to each other – part of their charm.

Acrylic paint on slate pebbles, triple-coated with polyurethane, hung on silver plate copper ear wires. (See Dec 4th 2018 post to see the shape of the ear wires)

They are 18 pounds sterling each, plus p & p. Payment by Paypal.

Available to buy.

 

Pebble Earrings, Sunflowers (11/12/18)

These earring pebbles are around 14mm wide and 28mm long. The pebbles are in naturally occurring shapes (with the occasional necessary sanding), so they are not identical to each other – part of their charm.

Acrylic paint on slate pebbles, triple-coated with polyurethane, hung on silver plate copper ear wires. (See Dec 4th 2018 post to see the shape of the ear wires)

They are 18 pounds sterling each, plus p & p. Payment by Paypal.

Available to buy.

 

Pebble Earrings, Abstract (10/12/18)

 

 

These pebbles are 14mm across at the widest point and 24mm in length. The pebbles are in naturally occurring shapes (with the occasional necessary sanding), so they are not identical to each other – part of their charm.

Acrylic paint on slate pebbles, triple-coated with polyurethane, hung on silver plate copper ear wires. (See Dec 4th 2018 post to see the shape of the ear wires)

They are 18 pounds sterling each, plus p & p. Enquire for availability. Payment by Paypal.

Pebble Earrings, Leaf (7/12/18)

These earring pebbles are 15mm at the widest point and 23mm (pebble) length. The pebbles are in naturally occurring shapes (with the occasional necessary sanding), so they are not identical to each other – part of their charm.

Acrylic paint on slate pebbles, triple-coated with polyurethane, hung on silver plate copper ear wires. (See Dec 4th 2018 post to see the shape of the ear wires)

They are 18 pounds sterling each, plus p & p. Payment by Paypal.

Available to buy.

 

Pebble Earrings, Check Flowers (6/12/18)

These earring pebbles are around 13-15mm across. The pebbles are in naturally occurring shapes (with the occasional necessary sanding), so they are not identical to each other – part of their charm.

Acrylic paint on slate pebbles, triple-coated with polyurethane, hung on silver plate copper ear wires. (See Dec 4th 2018 post to see the shape of the ear wires)

They are 18 pounds sterling each, plus p & p. Payment by Paypal.

Available to buy.

 

Pebble Earrings, Triple-Flower (5/12/18)

When I want to start and complete something during a day, I have my pebble jewellery. (Or my colourful paper birds…or a small linocut….)

Acrylic paint on slate pebbles, triple-coated with polyurethane, hung on silver plate copper ear wires. The pebble shapes are naturally occurring (with the occasional necessary bit of sanding), so they are not identical to each other – part of their charm.

They are 18 pounds sterling each, plus p & p. Payment by Paypal.

Available to buy.

Pebble Earrings

These are my first earrings for sale online! More to come…..

Acrylic paint on slate pebbles, triple-coated with polyurethane, hung on silver plate copper ear wires. The pebble shapes are naturally occurring (with the occasional necessary sanding), so they are not identical to each other – part of their charm.

They are 18 pounds sterling each, plus p & p. Paypal only.

Available to buy.

Willow by Moonlight

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Slate Drawing…(no picture of it framed).  These slate drawings are evocative – they develop from what the irregular surface and shape of the slate leads me to see, but within the bounds of sea or landscape/tree themes.  My first few trees were those windblown trees on Dartmoor.

Gesso on slate.  Oiled wood box frame. (to see one framed, view category Gesso on Slate and scroll down)

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Seahorse

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Mostly (thus far) I have painted in oil and acrylic.  But I enjoy other media too.  So this (and others like it) I started doing a couple of years ago.  I was experimenting with layering up gesso on board for a painting of a tree and was doing it on a dark background, when a friend said, ‘that would look nice on slate’, and instantly I thought of my bits of slate picked up from the beach on holidays by the sea…So this is an example of the result.

All my work; slate drawings, frames, mounts, and assembly.  I enjoy making a few frames.  I grew up with my dad’s workshop under my bedroom (he was a cabinet maker for a while, then built house extensions/additions), and I like that I’m making a little something with wood, basic though it is.

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