Singing in the Spring Wall Décor

The Sharon Nowlan Collection

Perfectly playful and oh-so modern, the truly striking Sharon Nowlan Collection Singing in the Spring wall décor is certain to delight and enchant anyone on your list this season. This lovely vertical wall art piece is beautifully framed with luxurious pinewood and fully matted for a modern, textured touch. A delicate design of a single bird sitting on a spring tree branch is crafted using replica sea glass, seashells, and twigs for a natural touch that is truly breathtaking to behold. Intricate line-work throughout adds a further layer of detail to this simple and neutral piece. Perfect for hanging on any wall or displaying on any surface with its included easel, this stunning piece can easily coordinate with any style of home décor. This eye-catching piece will make for the perfect gift for any nature or animal lover, whether friends, family, or neighbors.
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The Details
  • Playful and modern, the striking Sharon Nowlan Collection Singing in the Spring wall décor is certain to enchant this season.
  • This beautiful vertical piece features stunning nature-inspired materials and a whimsical design for a breathtaking appearance.
  • Perfectly sized to add to any home, this one-of-a-kind artwork will truly make for an unforgettable gift for friends or family.
  • 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: 8"w x 15"h.
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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