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!
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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!
He is just too cute….I mean scary!
Isn’t Melissa’s whimsical lighthouse just adorable? So cute! And definitely one of a kind. It’s 22″ high, 18″ wide, and 5″ deep.
Melissa Francisco calls herself “Washed Up”, referring to the materials that she uses in her designs that she has found on the shores of Lake Erie. A good portion of her work brings new life to driftwood; through sculptures, painted pieces, or as accents.
Melissa has something for every season. Especially stunning are her driftwood Santas!