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Miniature Art and Jewelry on Sea Glass by ShePaintsSeaGlass


Artists use a variety of canvases.  But one of the more unusual canvases is sea glass.  British designer, Ruth of ShePaintsSeaGlass loves the challenge of painting in small scale. The irregular shapes and sizes of sea glass do not faze her as her work is charming and unique.

Ruth explained, "I've been miniature painting for many years and also enjoy collecting sea glass. As you can probably tell from viewing my shop, I like to paint and craft very small items. My favourite thing to paint are tiny landscapes, castles and city skylines."

Tiny, indeed!  She uses wire work to frame her pieces as well as form the bails of her pendants, earrings, bag charms and ornaments.  Shown here are my favorites. 

As you can see, she can deftly come up with simple designs like robins and cats to more complex landscapes like beach scenes and, naturally since she is from the UK, Stonehenge!

Simply delightful!















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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM 

5 comments:

  1. I just had to do a deep dive into Ruth's shop and was gobsmacked by the amount of work she has! And each single piece is a little work of art.

    I love her canvas. I've always collected beach glass whenever I travel and have a huge pile of it sitting in my studio waiting for some form of inspiration. I'm not a painter so I'll never be doing anything like this but Ruth is certainly an inspiration. Her work makes me think of simpler times and I'm sure that in itself is a huge draw for her work.

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  2. ao beautiful thanks for sharing.

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  3. oh my, these are beautiful! I can see several that would be great gifts... gotta go shopping now...
    thanks for sharing!

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  4. Beautiful work and unconventional, too! Love the idea!

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  5. You chose the perfect word - "delightful". The whimsical cats really spoke to me. Her artwork is so enjoyable to look at.

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