Sea Mist Handpainted Mermaid Necklace


Here is my latest hand painted mermaid necklace “Sea Mist”.  She is painted with acrylics on a dreamy turquoise, green and brown Sea Sediment Jasper stone.  This gorgeous mermaid necklace reminds me of the mysterious sea and I love the way her long brown hair blends into the spider web patterns of the jasper stone.


Pendant height is 6.5cm (approx.) width 4.5cm.  Presented on a beautiful 50cm length beaded necklace with howlite beads, green and teal fire-polished Czech beads, sea green glass beads, white freshwater pearls and shell beads, featuring a lobster clasp and adjustable length chain.  This mermaid necklace would be a stunning piece for anyone who loves mermaids!


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Mermaid & Sea Lion Hand Painted Bracelet


This week I finished painting this stunning Mermaid and Sea Lion wood bracelet.  It features a mermaid with a long orange goldfish tail and matching flowing fiery orange hair.  She is reaching playfully towards an Australian Sea Lion swimming beneath the teal blue ocean.

This painting was based on my original pencil drawing:

Mermaid and Sealion

After I sanded the wood bracelet I traced out my drawing design onto the wood using graphite transfer paper.

I painted the background in teal blues and added some dark and light patterns to show the water shadows from beneath the waves.


Then I started painting the sea lion using shades of brown overlaid with washes of blue paint to blend it into the background.


Once I was happy with the sea lion I started painting the mermaid.

Mermaid and Sealion

The inside of the bracelet is painted in metallic teal paint which has a beautiful shimmer.  The orange of the mermaid’s tail and hair really pops against the teal blue background.


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“Sleaford Mere” Handpainted Mermaid Pendant Necklace


Recently I painted this gorgeous Mermaid pendant, “Sleaford Mere”.

Hand painted on a lovely turquoise blue and creamy brown Sea Sediment Jasper with flecks of teal green, this Mermaid Treasures Necklace is inspired by one of my favourite locations on Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, Sleaford Mere. Sleaford Mere is a beautiful salt water lake bordered by sand dunes, very close to the coast of Sleaford Bay. The colour of this beautiful lake changes each day, from bright turquoise to stormy green.


This magical mermaid sits curled up, with her arms wrapped around her beautiful long tail. Her tail reflects the colours of the jasper stone and magical stars surround her long wavy blonde hair. Her beautiful face looks towards us, her soft cheeks flushed with pink. This is a truly magical mermaid treasure!


Pendant height is 6cm (approx.) width 4.5cm. Presented on a beautiful 50cm length beaded necklace with teal, blue, green and turquoise glass and crystal beads, featuring a lobster clasp and adjustable length chain.


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Rhiannon Mermaid Jewellery Box

Rhiannon Mermaid Box

This week I finished painting a new Mermaid Jewellery Box “Rhiannon”.  The design of this piece is based on my original drawing “Mermaid Riding a Seahorse”.


Hand painted on a handmade recycled wood box, this gorgeous mermaid rides upon a royal golden seahorse with highlights of green and blue. Her long rainbow tail of deep purples, greens and blues also has flashes of gorgeous gold. Painted against a background of deep black, the colours of this piece really shine.

Inside the box is also painted black, with a small round mirror on the inside lid, and lined with black soft faux felt so you can keep all your mermaid treasures safe! Box is sealed with high gloss lacquer for protection.

Box dimensions (approx.): 21cm x 14cm x 7cm. Features gold coloured brass hinges and clasp. This is a stunning one of a kind box!

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Serenity Mermaid Hand Painted Box


Recently I finished painting this beautiful green mermaid wooden keepsake box.  This new design was based on my original mermaid sketch from November last year.


The box was made of light weight wood and needed some sanding and wood filler – (and more sanding!) before I could start painting.  I used graphite paper to transfer the mermaid design on to the top of the box and started by painting the gold circle background.  The mermaid itself came together quite quickly and I was really happy with the colours and style of this piece.  This is the first time I have painted a mermaid with long flowing white hair with green tones and I think she turned out beautifully.

The majority of my time making this piece was taken up with painting the entire outside of the box viridian green and the inside of the box ultramarine blue, which needed several coats and was a little tricky to paint around the circle.  The inside was also decorated with gold painted starfish and faux velvet flocking, plus a small round glass mirror.  The whole box was given endless coats of high gloss varnish, which took several weeks as I had to wait for the varnish to dry in between each coat!  In the end it turned out to be a stunning little box and will be a lovely place for the new owner to store their collection of special mermaid bracelets and pendants!




This mermaid keepsake box is now Sold, thank you.

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“Night Sparkle” Handpainted Mermaid Shell Pendant





Special Sale Notice!  This gorgeous blue original handpainted mermaid shell pendant will be available to purchase tonight.  This is a miniature mermaid painting in acrylics on a 6cm high shell pendant with 100% Sterling Silver bail.  The painting is sealed with high gloss varnish.

Due to recent changes to Australian Customs export rules I am unable to post any more nautilus pendants overseas unfortunately so this will be for sale to Australian residents only thankyou.

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Destiny’s Cove Pirate & Mermaid Hand Painted Bracelet


This week I finished a new painting project for a wonderful customer in California, a romantic pirate and mermaid bracelet.  This was a new challenge from a design perspective, to have two figures in one small painting, and I spent some time researching pirates and tall ships before completing the design drawing! 🙂


I tweaked the size and the location of the pirate ship in the background so I could fit it on the width of the bracelet and used graphite paper to transfer the outline of the figures and details to the bare wood before I started painting.

The inside of the bracelet was painted with gold and the sea was painted primarily in greens with highlights of blue, to match one of my previous green mermaid pendants.  I focused on painting the mermaid first and capturing the shine in her hair using shades of gold, brown and yellow mixed with white.


Then I started painting the pirate and the beautiful mermaid tail.



After painting a few more details, like the tropical corals beneath her tail and some flying seagulls in the sunset it was time to give it several coats of high gloss varnish.



This piece is now Sold and is destined for a special red carpet event next year 🙂

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Blue Octopus Handpainted Sea Sediment Jasper Pendant


Last week I painted my first custom octopus pendant for a lovely client on a gorgeous blue and brown sea sediment pendant with 100% sterling silver bail.

To create the design first I traced around the outside of the pendant to get the shape and area I had to work with.  Then I drew the shape of the octopus to fit the area.  I wanted a flowing, curling design and came up with this, which has almost a Celtic traditional look:


I transferred the outline of the octopus to the pendant and blocked in the body colour using ultramarine and cerulean blue acrylics.


Then I started adding more details using lighter and darker shades of blue and highlights of sienna brown and white.  To finish, I added some highlights of gold paint, and once the paint had dried I gave it several coats of high gloss varnish.


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“Flying Fish Mermaid” Handpainted Mermaid Pendant


This morning I just finished painting this magical Flying Fish Mermaid art pendant on a large green and brown sea sediment jasper stone, with 100% Sterling Silver bail and trim.

This piece was based on an earlier drawing design of mine “Mermaid’s Drift”.


For the layout I printed out a very small resized version of the drawing and placed it on the pendant to decide the best position on the stone.  The design placement worked very well with the colours in the stone – it looked as though she was sitting on a ledge in the green sea.

Then I started painting the beautiful colours of wings, tail and body using acrylic paints.  It takes a few layers to build up the details.



The finished piece is highlighted in many fine golden brushstrokes, giving it a magical sparkle!


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Whale Song Hand Painted Mermaid Bracelet


Last night I finished painting this beautiful princess mermaid kissing a baby whale wood bracelet.  This gorgeous mermaid has long blue hair and a flowing blue tail with gold and iridescent blue highlights.  The inside of bracelet is painted a beautiful gold colour.

The design was based on my original drawing below.


I transferred the outline to the wood bracelet and painted the whole background a gorgeous bright blue colour, then started painting the whale first.  I wanted to give the baby whale a very soft, cute expression by focusing on her beautiful eye.



Next I started working on the face and hair of the mermaid.  At first it was difficult to capture the profile of her face accurately.  Painting in miniature can be tricky sometimes!  My first effort looked like this:


I wasn’t happy with the profile of her forehead, nose and chin, or her eyelashes so after some dedicated re-painting and painting and more painting, she came out looking like this, the finished bracelet:


I built up many thin layers of paint to give her skin more dimension and a soft pink colour.  Initially I tried more blue/purple shadows on her body and face but I found it just didn’t work for me so instead I used more pink/brown/light orange shades of paint to give her a nice “glow”.


Whalesong 3


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