1″ x .75″, found objects
I spent part of my birthday walking along the beach in Portland, ME, enjoying the gray skies and the amazing array of snail shells that were left on the sand during low tide. Most of them were brown, but every 100 yards or so there was one tiny bright yellow shell hiding among the piles. I put them in my pocket, along with bits of purple mussel shell. As always, they lost some of their brilliance when they dried, but this pendant captures them in all their glory, with a clear coat of resin to bring back their shine and make them look as alluring as they did that day on the sand.