The natural geometry of shells make for a beautiful subject matter in still life. Every shell is unique, with its own pattern, texture, and structure. Each shell is depicted in meticulous detail, using thin layers of fine acrylic paintwork, to build up a shape and make each shell appear as if you could pick it up from the canvas.

The shells of whelks, with their distinct towering spirals are a particular favourite of mine. However, almost any shell, including those of limpets, scallops and sea snails, can become a fascinating subject for a still life composition.





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