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1. stripes on the beach, 2. Cuba Gallery: Black and White beach landscape, 3. Empty deck chairs on Brighton Beach in the rain, 4. Self Portrait of a beach hut nutter

Inspired by a St. Augustine sea breeze. Enjoy.

For more inspired mosaics go to ArtMind's blog and join the fun. I did!

Comments

I'm loving your coastal influences now--this is exciting to see how a change in environment can so influence us!
IKABAGS said…
Just perfect Elisa :)

Cheers !
LeelaBijou said…
What a beautiful mosaic! I love it :)
Alex said…
I like the b/w, it really gives intensity to the photos!
RACHEL DEMSICK said…
BRILLIANT! i adore stripes & these photos are nostalgic in black & white. so great! love seeing you and your mosaic elisa:)
anka said…
I love black and white and stripes, so your mosaic is perfect for me!
Loddelina said…
Lovely stripes, they look so nostalgic in the black&white version...
Sandrine said…
Oh we had the black and white bug :)
Your mosaic is beautiful Elisa!

Have a nice day x
PS: the quilt bit is not mine, I think I lack patience when it comes to making quilt!:)
PonderandStitch said…
really lovely little collection of photos!! also, why was i not already following your blog? i have no idea! problem solved. ;)
Nauli said…
Very lovely black and white mosaic, love the sea athmosphere as well. I think, I should go back to my analogue camera some times!
Natanya Elka said…
So lovely... Glad to see you are happy and settling into your new home ;0)

xo
Sweet Harvey said…
So fantastic. Although I tend to use a ton of color in my work - I love seeing black and white artwork. Thanks for sharing!
ArtMind said…
Aah, still can't believe you live in St. Augustine now! I can see why though, it's absolutely beautiful there. Enjoy sweet! Your mosaic is delightful and the black and white is so nostalgic! :)

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