When the light shone through the bottom seaglass I was particularly reminded of the gemstone, the Emerald. The glass in this sculpture is all rounded and was collected along the shores of Lake Ontario. Credit for the collection of this beautiful seaglass belongs to my daughter, Jennifer McMahon. She beachcombs when time permits and has the eye of an eagle to spot the tiny pieces. The little blue piece on top is approximately .25 cm. long.
The most common colors of sea glass are kelly green, brown, white(clear), and purple(clear). These colors come from bottles used by companies that sell beer, juices, and soft drinks. The clear or white glass comes from clear plates and glasses, windshields, windows, and assorted other sources.
Barbara McMahon is an artist that paints and photographs the beauty, the humanity and the unseen moments on this planet with a passion that is deeply rooted within her psyche. From an early age, Barbara felt and saw what seemed unnoticed by others. Usually inspired by something she has witnessed in nature or by the emotions evoked by music or human and animal connection, Barbara is compelled to capture that scene with a passion and desire to share with as many people as possible.
Barbara paints in watercolour, oil and acrylic to portray her visions, but of late has begun to capture the split second in time with an average Canon DSLR camera. Without a telephoto lens she is often intimately and at times, dangerously close to her...
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