Posted by on May 9, 2014 in Gallery-Seabowls, Our Organic Art | 0 comments


A giant seaworm tube formed the starting point for this Seabowl, and this piece is designed to accent the unique fossil it is built around.  

As the resident seaworm grows, so do these tube castings of chitin, and this tube casting is probably 150-200 years or more old.  

I start with the organic magerial, then the Seabowl “grows” around the shells or fossils.  Seabowl measures 17″ x 8″ x 15″ and is an interesting vessel for holding other coastal “finds”.  Mixed media – natural seaworm tube casting, wire, plaster, handmade papers.

Giant Ray Seaworm Casting Seabowl w-Float






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