One-of-One Pearl Edition

The 1/1 Pearl Edition is comprised of carefully selected artwork limited to a single signed and numbered print as well as ownership of the oyster shell used to create it. Artwork in this edition will enrich your space with a story that is truly one-of-a-kind!

—Savage Harbour, PE

Hurricane Dorian was done as a hurricane when it landed on Prince Edward Island in September 2019. But as a post-tropical storm the winds grew to hurricane strength with a peak gust of 155 km/h and dumping 90 ml of rain. These conditions wreaked havoc on the oyster leases as it churned the water tossing cages ashore.

SEA SQUALL embodies that tumultuous storm with the dynamic sense of movement created by the gorgeous patterns and vibrant colours hidden in an oyster shell from Savage Harbour, PE.

Only a small section of the shell is photographed. The rectangle in the reference photo highlights the area showcased in Sea Squall.

1/1 Pearl Edition of “SEA SQUALL”
Savage Harbour, PE
also includes the oyster shell used to create the artwork. Every piece of Oyster Art inherently has a story, but having the shell that inspired it on display with the only printed piece is a one-of-a-kind opportunity.

Enrich your space with a story!

. . . and what a story it is when you own the only print
and the inspiration shell.

—Savage Harbour, PE

$9,950 CAD

• Signed & numbered print on on ready-to-hang acrylic or 2″ thick gallery canvas >Substrate details
• 40”H x 80”W but we are happy to discuss another size to suit your space.
• Inspiration shell in glass display case
• Certificate of Authenticity

** THERE WILL ONLY BE ONE PRINT OF THIS IMAGE REGARDLESS OF SIZE OR MEDIUM. Prints may differ from the colours viewed on your device.


Behind the Lens

Foodies the world over clamour to enjoy the best oysters. Now, photographic artist Debbie Brady wants art lovers to do the same. She looks at oysters from a creative perspective using specialized macro photography techniques to celebrate the ones that are rich with unexpected beauty. Borrowing a quote from the photographer Ansel Adams, Debbie says, “I work to transform curiosity into art.”