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Marlys Farn-Guillette


Croix, digital photograph of altered vessels lying on sea weed

One of the primary joys for me is beach combing and finding various bits of treasures washed up on shore. I have spent many occasions doing this with my mother when she came to visit, and I will always treasure those memories of watching her watching the ocean.  These beach treasures often find their way into my various art pieces, and I am always trying to find different ways to showcase them, whether encapsulated in the bottom of one of my raku clay pieces, incorporated into a hand sculpted clay "wave,", suncatchers, or assemblages. Often, the found piece dictates how it should be presented, such as the glorious piece of driftwood. 

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