Here are some beautifully simple collages, created on one piece of driftwood. The sea beans are lovely. They look great displayed together!
“Simple and Free.” (Sold)
Red Adenanthera pavonina, Sea Heart, Ox Eye, Guanacaste Tree Seeds, small brown nickernuts?, grey nickernut, acacia tree pod and thorn.
Invitation: Keep it simple.
Another simple collage on one piece of driftwood.
Seeds: The lovely “Oxy” round black seed (Oxyrhynchus trinervius), Sea Heart, Ox Eye, Guanacaste Tree Seeds, Acacia seeds, red and black “Nene” seed.
Invitation: Enjoy your adventures, but return home to rest and refresh yourself. Find your tribe. Appreciate sunsets.
“Monkeying Around.” (Sold)
The lovely black Acacia Tree thorns!
Round Prickly palm nut, small brown Sea Pea, round Monkey Comb (A. aspersa) drift seed, Guanacaste Tree seeds, Sea Purse (Dioclea reflexa), a lovely black “Oxy” seed, and seeds and pod from the “Mexican Bird of Paradise” Tree.
Invitation: Start Monkeying around. Be playful. Don’t take yourself too seriously. Enjoy the moment.
Below is a display of more single piece driftwood and drift seed wall collages.
The one on the left and the one on the right are still available.
The small driftwood pieces on this are exquisite. The composition is gorgeous. It is my favorite of all, next to “Yin Yang.”
Seeds include: Sea Heart, Ox Eye, gorgeous and rare black “Oxys” (Oxyrhynchus trinervias), Guanacaste Tree seed, a lovely Sea Purse (Dioclea reflexa), Tears of St. Peter seeds, tree pods, and one mountain snail from Punta Uva, Costa Rica.
The beautiful large black thorns are from the A. cornigera Acacia tree.
The white spiral shell I found up in the mountains of Punta Uva, Talamanca, Limon, Costa Rica. I love it!
Invitation: Appreciate the details. Go with the flow.
Brown and white driftwood, with a mix of drift seeds and shells. Includes Sea Heart, Ox Eye, Guanacaste Tree seeds, Grey Nickernut, Little Marble, pods from Acacia Trees, palm fruit stems, and shells from Costa Rica.
Invitation: Follow your heart. Stay on your spiritual path. Be willing to grow.