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Archive | Art

Cards and magnets from Martha Johnson

We’re now featuring the work of Nags Head, NC collage artist Martha Johnson.  Her fun and inspirational cards and magnets are a beautiful and affordable addition to any collection – or fridge!  The cards are blank inside for use with any occasion, and they can also be easily framed to showcase their beauty long-term.  Stop […]

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Upcycled wood signs at OceanArts

In honor of Shark Week, we’re featuring our upcycled wood signs!  These fun signs are all made from reclaimed and repurposed wood, and come ready to hang with rustic twine or bailing wire hangers.  They can be displayed indoors or outside in a protected area.  Prices range from $14 to $20 – treat yourself, get […]

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OceanArts Furniture

In addition to our home bars, at OceanArts we make a variety of unique tables and home furniture using repurposed wood, parts from old wooden boats and more!   This versatile bench style table is built from the heart pine seat back of  a 1965  Barbour boat.  The legs and struts are reclaimed redwood, with […]

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Spring for Succulents!

Bring some green into your life with these beautiful succulents!  Locally grown by OceanArts artisan Michael Taylor, these plants are easy to care for and their exotic looks will liven up any space.  Their small size is perfect for the home, office, kids room or kitchen, or line up a few on a sunny windowsill […]

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Surfboard Coat Racks at OceanArts

The water is still a little chilly, but you can catch some of that beach spirit with our surfboard coat racks.  These are perfect for the mudroom, entryway or kids room; use to hang coats, bags, umbrellas, dog leashes and more!  We’re making these versatile racks in a variety of designs, colors and sizes, so […]

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Creatures from the Deep!

We’ve been invaded by a school of lantern fish!  These creatures spawned from the creative mind of Ruth Arnold, and were prominently featured in the Cameron Museum’s “State of the Art/Art of the State” exhibit.  They can be hung indoors or outside, and are sure to liven up any spot in your home, porch or […]

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