Sea stars by Fog and Swell

If you know anything about me, than you won’t be surprised that I love, LOVE, **LOVE** the beautiful soft sculptures made by Kristy of Fog and Swell. I now own a sea urchin, a textile art wall hanging (depicting a beach scene), and 3 sea stars. Each of these items bring me joy and inspire me.

The wall hanging was a big deal for me at the time because I have loved it for a long time, but couldn’t bring myself to buy it as it was (rightly) priced in the $200 range. But, she had a sale, which I took advantage of, and, being the sapping coast loving gal that I am, I might possibly have gotten choked up with joy when it arrived.


The urchin is one of a few treasures I keep on my kitchen table.


The sea stars are meant to be tree ornaments, but I love them too much to keep them boxed up for most of the year, so I hung them on my wall next to my gallery of pictures from magazines and my Katie Daisy prints.


Clearly, I need at least one more sea star. She does custom orders, so I’m thinking about asking for one more star (maybe a repeat of the lovely yellow one in this picture) and maybe a mussel (like one of these gorgeous pieces) to hang at the bottom.

Just so you know, she has a blog where she posts lovely pictures and such. She can also be found on Facebook.

5 thoughts on “Sea stars by Fog and Swell

  1. aw, Anne, you are too sweet. it is so nice to see my work enjoyed and displayed in other people’s homes. thank you for your continued support.


    • Ha, ha. Yes, I do. That’s for pointing that out. Clearly, I was not very awake when I wrote this.

      Typo fixed!


  2. I so agree. I love the beach and the ocean. They are my passion. The ocean animals bring me such joy. I own a Humpback whale, Boro whale, and sea turtle and they are displayed throughout my house with my seashells, pebbles, driftwood etc..from my trips to the beach. I can so related to your passion Anne and to Kristy’s amazing work which brings me so much joy. DREAM BIG!!!


    • I would love to own one of her whales. They’re so lovely. And, I used to have tonnes of beach treasures (shells, driftwood, etc.), but then I moved across country while being a poor student and I had to leave so many treasures behind. But, someday I will collect more treasures and maybe even live closer to the coast again.


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