Four in the Nest Wall Décor

The Sharon Nowlan Collection

Whimsical with a touch of modern elegance, the truly striking Sharon Nowlan Collection Four in the Nest wall décor is certain to delight and enchant anyone on your list this season. This lovely small art piece is framed with eye-catching pinewood and fully matted for a modern, elegant touch. Each work is adorned with delicate bird’s nest with four eggs artwork that was originally made and inspired by both wire and replica sea glass. Intricate line-work throughout accompanies these natural materials for an additional layer of visual texture. The simplicity and neutrality of the design make it perfect for adding to any home, regardless of the décor or style. Perfectly sized to hang on any wall or rest atop its included easel on any surface, this piece will make for a wonderfully thoughtful gift for any nature lover on your list, whether friends or family.
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The Details
  • Whimsical with a modern elegance, the striking Sharon Nowlan Collection Four in the Nest wall décor is certain to enchant this season.
  • A deilcate design with a bird's nest and four eggs is crafted using wire and replica sea glass, accompanied by intricate linework.
  • Perfectly styled to add to any home, this one-of-a-kind piece will make for a breathtaking gift for any animal or nature lover on your list, from friends and family to neighbors and coworkers.
  • Sharon Nowlan’s artwork is reflective of the beautiful land and seascapes of Nova Scotia where she grew up drawing, painting and creating in a variety of media. The Sharon Nowlan Collection transforms a mix of composite pebbles and other materials into inspirational designs, from angels and devoted friends to meaningful sentiments.
  • Made of pine wood, paper, glass, and PVC. Dimensions: 6"sq.
The Artist
Sharon Nowlan grew up drawing, painting, and creating in a broad range of media inspired by the natural beauty of Nova Scotia. But it wasn’t until she became a mother that the expansive seascape and landscape were brought into tighter focus. It sta rted with a trip to the beach with her three-year old son. After gathering a pocket full of small, sea-washed pebbles, she artfully arranged them to create a small tableau depicting a grandmother and child. The notion that a clutch of small, cold sto nes could convey such warm emotions struck a chord with Sharon. Over the years, Sharon’s designs have evolved to include other natural objects including shells, twigs, driftwood and bits of sea glass...but it all began with a handful of pebbles.

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