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Why "Sunrise Sea Glass"?
It is oftentimes early in the morning before sunrise, that sea glass
hunters go out, catching the low to minus tides during abalone hunting
season and occasionally before. Springtime offers up some unusual and
beautiful finds, from the rare lavenders to the common whites. While
oranges are the rarest, some of the most beautiful and unusual colors
can be found in bonfire, fused, end-of-day glass as well as art glass.
This site features the book, "Glass Beach ~ A Sea Glass Lover's Paradise," by the artist, photography of sea glass,
and tiles created by the artist
BELOW: A photo from inside the new studio
of Sunrise Sea Glass - part of a display with 8X10" photos and a very
small part of the sea glass collection
Some of my personal favorite colors, from my collection.