Earlier in the fall, the kids and I went clamming on the Navesink River.  We had a great time, dug up a nice batch of clams and made linguine and wine clam sauce later that night.  I saved a few of the clam shells and yesterday I used them to to make two still life paintings.  Here they are, along with a few pics from the day of of clamming and a link to a short clamming video I made with my friend Peder on the clamming flats.

If  you’re interested in these paintings, or would like to talk about a custom piece of artwork for your space, please email me at  jon@jonpeters.com 

 

Here's the first painting and the square frame I made

Here’s the first painting and the square frame I made

Here's second still life painting of the clam shells....the blue and purple colors are really vibrant

Here’s the second still life painting of the clam shells….the blue and purple colors are really vibrant

Digging for clams

Digging for clams

My son and daughter finding clams

My son and daughter finding clams

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