Local artist, Peter Shelley hand crafts nautical art and rustic decor from driftwood and reclaimed Ohio barn siding. The natural elements on the shores of Lake Erie are the influence for his one-of-a-kind works of art. Peter’s wife, Robin adds her designer’s eye to many of his pieces.
Peter’s creations will bring a rustic, beach-side feel to any room in your home. His pieces include candle and wine bottle holders, lighthouses, whimsical sculptures, wall art, and miniature ships inspired from historic sailing vessels. Most of these works are the perfect size to display on your tabletop or mantel!
Upon retirement from Sandusky City Schools, where he was a teacher and a coach, Roger started building US Post Office banks for his grandchildren, and they love them.
Roger’s US Postal banks are hand constructed from American hardwoods; oak, maple, and hickory. Each is fitted with a genuine US Post Office box door that has either a key or a working combination to open. The PO box doors that Roger incorporates into his banks are generally made of brass and were used by the postal system from the 1890’s through the 1960’s.
These US Post Office banks make great gifts for birthdays, holidays, or any other special occasion!
Roger is a local artist who makes his home in Huron with his wife.
Michael has been crafting wood items for nearly 50 years along with his wife Ann Daniels, who contributes to the projects with her great sense of decorative style.
“We create a number of quality wood items from driftwood collected from Lake Erie and other sources, including barn wood. Our pieces are whimsical, practical, aesthetic and functional. They will work with just about any décor, and are ideal to enhance your own home or to give as gifts. Much of our work can be modified to meet individual preferences for special orders”.
Michael’s driftwood trees, coasters, and barnwood table are a welcomed addition to the shop!
“Art in all its forms has been a very strong intellectual personal motivation throughout the years, so my ongoing maturation and growth as a Fine Art photographer seems quite natural, and at the same time very challenging and exciting! The process of photographic imagery ” creation” goes much further than the simple ” taking” of the photograph, since it necessitates a good amount of vision, creativity and curiosity, besides all the technical attributes, and I find immense satisfaction in the sequence leading from that initial “moment of vision” to the final printing act, which is the perfect culmination for a fleeting instant to become permanent reality.”
Marcello is a native of Italy, so naturally a lot of his images are from “home”, which enables us to travel vicariously through his captured sights and events.
No passport required to view Marcello’s photos and sign up for his newsletter ~ Mellino Photography
The look of sand, water, and sky come together in these Storm Watcher beads.
Jo Ann is a self taught glass bead artist. She has been designing and making her glass beads since 2008 when she was “bitten by the lampwork torch”. She resides on the shores of Lake Erie in Sandusky, OH with her husband, John.
You may contact Jo Ann direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandi Valois is a retired Federal Agent, USAF Veteran, motorcycle enthusiast, and world traveler. Self described as a “Frustrated Artist”, Sandi has dabbled in all art forms for years, setting her talents on stained glass (for the moment) in her Avon, OH studio. She also designs her own jewelry.
Sandi can be found on Pinterest as Glam and Glass Gal.
For more information please email Sandi at email@example.com
Janine Jacobs-Beleski lives in Vermilion, Ohio and has been creating and selling her artwork for more than 20 years. She has exhibited her paintings in many galleries throughout the United States and Canada. Janine states, “When I am painting, I often lose track of time. I become completely involved with the work in progress. It dictates to me where I should go, the intensity of the colors and the overall mood of the picture.” Her art has been described by others as portraying an overwhelming dramatic story of stormy landscapes, wild and emotional florals, intense, sometimes moody portraits, all with a wash of unrestricted color. For more information please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.