#76, Shikoba (Little Feather) in American Indian. Items used to create my artwork include genuine, surf tumbled, sea glass found on beaches by either me or friends from all around the World; along with other mixed media that incorporates more than one type of physical material needed to generate my finished artwork. All pieces are unique, signed originals and one of a kind. Sea glass used is from Bermuda, Puerto Rico and Delaware. Other items include; white suede leather; beads for necklace and hair; real feathers and fur wrapped around braids.
A high quality UV Art Resin is applied to the surface for preservation and dusting abilities. It will never yellow from the sun or crack in the cold. This piece is in a custom made, distressed black, Floater Frame that measures, 14 3/4 x 14 3/4 x 1 inch and weigh roughly 5 lbs. The frame size allows you many options to display your artwork. Picture hangers are attached so it can be hung on a wall; can be placed in a low easel to be used in various places like a window, table, fireplace; or hung in a window as a sun catcher with a chain.