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From this Moment Frame

The Sharon Nowlan Collection
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From this Moment Frame

The Sharon Nowlan Collection
The From this Moment Frame from the Sharon Nowlan Collection is the perfect art frame to add to any home, with a striking piece made design that showcases a husband and wife on their wedding day. Perfect for gifting to any newly wed couple or in celebration of a wedding anniversary. Crafted using materials inspired by pebbles and sea glass, this piece features delicate line work throughout for a stunning appearance. This piece comes fully matted in a gray-washed frame. Additionally, the simplicity and neutrality of the piece make it incredibly easy to coordinate with all different types of home decor.
Created by Sharon Nowlan
The Details
  • Size: 14"w x 17"h
  • Inner Pack Size: 2.76"H x17.72"W x14.96"D
  • Master Carton Size: 20.1"H x16.3"W x16.7"D
  • Materials: wood, paper, glass, PVC
  • Seasonality: EVERYDAY
  • Frame Orientation: portrait
  • Frame Holds Photo: 7" H X 5" W
  • Backer Style: easel
  • Hanger Style: triangle
  • Copyright: © 2020 Sharon Nowlan for DEMDACO
  • UPC: 638713533333
The Artist

Sharon Nowlan

Sharon Nowlan grew up drawing, painting and creating inspired by the natural beauty of her home in the seaside village of Pictou, Nova Scotia. As a mother, the seascape and landscape came into tighter focus. Her son was three when he gathered a handf

ul of pebbles at the beach, ending up in her first mixed media art piece. She's since dedicated herself to the craft, working in this medium for nearly two decades. In her home studio hidden away behind fruit trees, Sharon says she enjoys her "messy

little spot." She describes it being "filled with trays of pebbles and glass and empty coffee cups." She adds, "with sunshine in the summer and the warmth of a cozy wood fire in the winter. "Influenced by her evolving style, Sharon's designs include

other natural objects like shells, twigs, driftwood and bits of sea glass. About her jewelry line, she says, “My artwork has always been about simplicity, human emotion and relationships. I think my new jewelry line is a lovely reflection of those

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