On the Horizon Wall Art

The Sharon Nowlan Collection
SKU:
1004370032
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On the Horizon Wall Art

The Sharon Nowlan Collection
SKU:
1004370032

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The Sharon Nowlan Collection takes natural materials such as pebbles, driftwood, shells, twigs and sea glass to convey warm emotions. Her work tells unique stories with creative depictions of family and friendships. DEMDACO is proud to work with Sharon Nowlan on these fine reproductions. Each piece is meticulously handmade by skilled artisans. These new Sea Glass-inspired creations are the latest addition to Sharon Nowlan's detailed and natural collection of meaningful, unique artwork. The bluish glass accents expand the palette of Nowlan's work with soft touches of sea colors to enliven any home's décor. Great as a gift to express your feelings for a friend or loved one. "On the Horizon" depicts a quaint seaside village full of peace and wonder. A ship sails on the tranquil water, while the homes before it convey the sense of a simple life. The perfect housewarming gift, or piece of art to warm any family space, especially a vacation home. DEMDACO On the Horizon Wall Art from the Sharon Nowlan Collection Made from Pine Wood, Paper, Glass, Plastic, 15"W x 8"H, Keyhole hanger and easel backer.
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Created by Sharon Nowlan
The Details
  • Size: 15"w x 8"h
  • Materials: wood, paper, glass, PVC
  • Backer Style: easel
  • Hanger Style: keyhole
  • Copyright: ©2018 Sharon Nowlan for DEMDACO
  • UPC: 638713471130
The Artist
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Sharon Nowlan

Sharon Nowlan grew up drawing, painting and creating inspired by the natural beauty of her home in the seaside village of Pictou, Nova Scotia. As a mother, the seascape and landscape came into tighter focus. Her son was three when he gathered a handf

ul of pebbles at the beach, ending up in her first mixed media art piece. She's since dedicated herself to the craft, working in this medium for nearly two decades. In her home studio hidden away behind fruit trees, Sharon says she enjoys her "messy

little spot." She describes it being "filled with trays of pebbles and glass and empty coffee cups." Influenced by her evolving style, Sharon's designs include other natural objects like shells, twigs, driftwood and bits of sea glass.

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