Artist and author Susan Branch, paints and writes about cooking, gardening, entertaining, nature and simplicity, inspired by living on Martha’s Vineyard island (MA).
Beach art is in my opinion the best type of art. Nothing is better than using what the beach provides you; sea shells, driftwood, sand or whatever to make something beautiful for you and your home. Browse some of the coolest beach art below and find something that you like!
I adore Suzanne Nicoll’s beach wood signs. Beachy colors, mermaids, seashells, seahorses, to me they all say beach bliss, not to mention the rustic look.
I think every beach and sea lover needs at least one original piece of art that features the beautiful unlimited sea with waves rolling ashore. Just the way you see it when you sit at the beach.
Kathleen’s beach paintings include a few subjects that I featured here on Beach Bliss Living. The all American Adirondack Chair, Beach Bike Basket and Striped Deck Chair. No wonder I felt an instant attraction to her art!
Who wouldn’t want to be this girl, enjoying carefree time at the beach? Jennifer Brinley’s beach girl illustrations are lighthearted, colorful and fun.
I try not to dwell in the past, except for beach memories. The vintage beach wood signs from Outer Banks Trading Group just make me feel all nostalgic. Here are a few of my favorites.
I love art that incorporates words. Words resonate, and these beach art prints capture the simplicity and calm of the beach with soothing blue and one of my favorite words: BEACH.
A tranquil still life Print with a Beach Walk Quote that expresses a sentiment that is very true for me.