Graphite Conch Shell

Handmade from graphite, this usable work of art lets you draw in natural style.
created by

Kelly Barker

$20.00

created by

Kelly Barker

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Art begets art with this expertly crafted graphite conch shell. Handmade by Kelly Barker, this nature-inspired writing tool arrives in an eco-friendly, compostable bag. Whether you're looking to fill a sketch book or create a line drawn landscape, the shell's edges won't rub off on your hands as you draw. Handmade in Seal Rock, Oregon.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.

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Made in Oregon

Kelly Barker has been living solely by making art for over 40 years. First achieving success as a wood inlay artist, before moving on to bronze sculpting, he has life-size public works in Princeville, Hawaii and DeMoines, Washington. Kelly has turned his attention to large stone garden furniture, small graphite drawing sculptures, and fun wishing stones. At 61 he still enjoys being creative, surfing, and riding mountain bikes on the beautiful Central Oregon coast.

Handmade Made in the USA
Ages
Not intended for children.
Made from
graphite, soy wax
Measurements
4" L x 2.5" dia
Care
If dull, shine with a soft shoe brush.
Notes
If dull, shine with a soft shoe brush.
Item ID
27267

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