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A collection of treasures reflects a lifetime of beachcombing.
Artist Diane Kerr gets inspiration from Victorian art, the wild sea, and her Scottish beach finds.
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Vintage toys found on the beach
Meet John Anderson, one of the world's greatest beachcombers and creator of John's Beachcombing Museum in Forks, Washington.
This artist creates striking depictions of wildlife with seashells that are sometimes overlooked.
Sea glass artist and jeweler Kateryna fled the war in Ukraine but continues to make beautiful sculptures and jewelry in her distinctive style.
This middle schooler creates Hawaii-inspired art and jewelry.
Come in and get some creative studio ideas from these beachcomber workspaces.
You can find stuff on the beach that is worth a lot of money. And sometimes you can also find a friend, which is priceless.