Golf and seashells have a lot in common

Golf is a sport but gathering seashells is a very good outdoor activity too. Both of these activities are great for the whole family with a kids and friends to enjoy. People like to play in golf or mini-golf as well as collect seashells on their vacations. The beach with seashells can sometimes locate in a very close distance to the mini-golf on your vacation paradise and you may drive a golf...
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Decorative Seashell Masks

Masks are an ancient art form that has touched nearly every society in history In Mesoamerica, masks of ancestors and animals provide links to the gods and the other world. The jaguar and dog were two of the most common ceremonial animal masks—the former for its power and strength, and the latter because it was believed they could lead the way through the underworld. Like the Egyptians, Maya...
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Unforgettable success in Wetland Institute or New Jersey Cape Seashell show 2011

The 2011 Jersey Cape Shell Show was yet another great success in long string of successes dated 37 years back. The artistic exhibit always-top notch, were even better than usually before. The truly amazing collection of Sailor Valentines becomes something of a new kind seashell art works. During all their historical development Sailor Valentines have changed from classic octagonal delicate mosaic...
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New Jersey Cape Seashell show 2011

Seashells are natural materials which are well known in religion, history, mythology, poetry, songs, art, jewelry, architecture, photography, coins, stamps, clothing, furniture decoration and as an important food source throughout the ages. Last weekend, The Jersey Cape Shell Club celebrated it’s 37th Anniversary and opened the Annual Seashell Show Show at the Wetlands Institute in Stone...
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“I can do this seashell art myself!” – artist explanation about working with seashells

Prejudice or wrong statement about seashell art. Creating seashell art is a very simple craft at first glance. But in reality to make seashell art work is a very complicated, delicate and time consuming process which includes many steps! Step1.   I’ve driven over 1 or 2 hours to the the best shelling spots in New York. After that all seashells are collected on the beach. I spend many hours...
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