Sometimes beauty is found in unexpected places.
Mary Beth Beuke finds exquisiteness in the form of trash on Northwest ocean shores. She spends several hours a week walking beaches and searching.... She collects pieces of old, broken and discarded glass that’s been tossed upon the waves and sand and sculpted into beach glass. Then she sells the precious sea stones to customers all over the world. Just last week she made sales to vendors in Australia, Belgium and England....Read more about Sequim Gazette - "From Trash to Treasure"
To the untrained eye, the difference between deep cobalt and aqua blue may have little value beyond aesthetic preference. But to the hundreds of beach-combers expected to attend this weekend’s second annual Sea Glass Festival, the shades are worlds apart. ...Read more about Santa Cruz Sentinel - "Sea of Color"