Welcome to “Bridge Street”. This street has played a significant role in my life and as it is the street that passes over the North River in Marshfield, Mass. where I lived for many years. In my past, I have traveled underneath this very street, by boat many times and I wanted to pay homage by recreating that serine and peaceful place through this very piece of art. What really brought me to recreate this very significant piece, was because I can still remember spending many of times traveling underneath that bridge in my boat while always remembering to duck. Most everything you see in this creation came from my fond memories and the use of recycled sea urchin shells. Add to its natural splendor, the trees, the bridge roof and walls, the trim around the open windows, the wishing well, and the lettering all have been donated by the sea. In 2007 it ended up on the Martha Stewart Show giving it a proud place in shell art history. It currently resides in my studio as a memory of the town I grew up in and will always love just like those that once mastered this craft to give to those that they love in memory of a very happy and loving time in their lives.