Collabbing with Steve PP

Collabbing with Steve PP

Introducing our latest collaboration with our good friend and wonderfully talented artist Steve PP.

He's a North Devon artist who lives in the beautiful seaside village of Woolacombe, in the South West of the UK.

Steve creates vibrant, colourful landscape paintings in a contemporary coastal impressionist style. Painting direct from nature out on the coast, pushing colour to create paintings that celebrate the connection with nature that makes us all feel good. Putting us all in a tangible connection with our happy place.

He specialises in searching for fresh views and compositions by walking and exploring the coast every day. One of the many rewards of being a North Devon artist. He also enjoys travelling and painting new locations lit by strong sunlight.

"Every time I paint, my goal is to create art that’s full of light and passionate colour, uplifting and joyous that brings a smile or a fond memory every time that you gaze at it." - Steve PP.

Coastal Spring at Woolacombe

Our Coastal Spring at Woolacombe bead has been created using a mixture of frit (tiny shards of glass) representing the colours that Steve has used in his painting. We start by making a white bead which is then rolled over these shards and melt them in to represent the flowers. Each of these beads will be entirely unique to the nature of the randomness of the shards melting into the surface of the bead.

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We've worked with the pretty pastel spring colours and think it works really well against the Thistle Vegan Faux Suede Cord or on a Steel Bangle


Late Summer Lundy

Inspired by Steve's work "Late Summer Lundy" we have tried to recreate this beautiful painting. The core of this bead is made with a deep orange glass which is then encased with half transparent light violet and the other half transparent peach glass. Lundy is represented by the black stringer of glass that is wrapped 3/4 of the way round the middle of the bead.

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Splashy Slider

Inspired by Steve's iconic "Splashy Sliders" series of paintings. We start by making a small core of turquoise and ink blue glass which is swirled together. A layer of clear glass is then melted over the core before we wrap meandering stringers of white and dark turquoise around the bead and encase it in more clear glass. The surface is then decorated in random dots of colour. Each one of these beads will be entirely unique with different dot placements to represent the individuality of Steve's paintings. 

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Explore more of Steve's beautiful artwork on his website.

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