• Clamdiggers in the Fog: Print on Canvas by Carol Thompson


     Carol Thompson is a well-known NW coast artist. For over 45 years Carol has painted every day, but during those years she has also been a regular clamdigger. Clamdigging is a natural subject for Carol. She is an expert at catching the physical movements, clam gear and wet sand involved in getting the clams into your bucket. Carol’s favorite colors is grey and she uses it well as she paints the fog that rolls in with the tide.   This fine art print on canvas is signed and numbered. The gallery wrapped canvas is 9 X 12 inch. and ready to hang.


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  • Small Red: Wide Mouth Fish


    This whimsical fish was made by Sue Raymond from buff colored stoneware clay. The open fish mouth grins at everyone, while the silly eyes seem to look you in the eye. The fish is glazed with three colors red, orange and yellow all of which mix with the clay color, inside the mouth there is transparent brown stain. The fish is 4 to 5 inches long and about three inched tall.  

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  • Whimsical Ceramic Crab Rattle: by Sue Raymond


    Hand crated from stoneware this whimsical crab, will make you smile. This four inch crab is a rattle,  glazed in red and orange. On a table or in a sea collection this one of a kind creation will bring you joy. I have been inspired by the crabs I see scurrying in tide pools and the shells found on the beach during molting season.

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