Paula fuses her love of the coast, art and conservation to create unique coastal art and crafts inspired by the stunning Irish coast.
Paula's love of the ocean is evident through her work. Her commitment to conservation is reinforced with her innovative use of the sea glass and shells she collects when cleaning our coast
The ocean fills me with awe every time I see her. I humbly ask permission to enter and she greets me with an enveloping embrace. We are one once again and my mind is free, my body weightless.
She is my endless inspiration.
I am her servant, committed to preserving her unrivalled beauty"
Most weekends I find myself at the beach, my family surf, paddle board, cliff jump and snorkel, the draw of the ocean holds my heart and soul.
You’ll find me walking the beaches of the Wild Atlantic Way with my stunning Springer Spaniel Ellie collecting rubbish and shells. My husband Matt is usually close behind with a surfboard or a camera. With this much inspiration around me its impossible not to want to capture the moment and the feeling. I try and capture both in every piece of art I make.
Conservation is extremely important to me, Mother Nature comes first and we pride ourselves on being as environmentally friendly as we can while raising awareness of coastal conservation through my art
I've always been creative, from mud pies to brick walls. All I ever wanted to do was create.
I fuse my love of creation with my passion for the coast
My art has many dimensions. I use texture, emotion and raw natural organic materials to build a 3D piece of art that makes you feel like you are there.
Glass, Gold, Mica, Textiles, Shells, Metals, Sand, Wax, Clay even Recycled beach trash are commonly used in my work.