Seashell from Beach for Conch and Welk Shell Colle
Seashell Gifts from the Beach for shell collectors
What a seashell find! It's so rare to find a whelk shell while beachcombing on the beach. This one isn't occupied by its seashell owner. It's a perfect beautiful seashell. This is a beautiful image of a seashell whelk, a big shell that's rare to find. The image is from an original oil painting. The colors of the seashell whelk shell painting are rich tans, browns, and reds, a seashell painting that fits perfectly into almost any seashore décor or ocean color palette. Just hold a seashell up to your ear to listen to the ocean.
About the Beach seashell Whelk Painting
"Beach seashell whelk" is from a small original oil painting by artist Mary Hubley, a Florida artist who paints local Florida seashells, plants, animals, and the beach. The artist draws from her large collection of seashells and conch shells which are in ready supply on her Florida beach where she goes beachcombing for conch seashells often. She often finds bits and pieces of whelk shells, but the beach doesn't give up whole beautiful whelk shells very often.
About Whelk and Conch Seashells
Whelks and Conch shells are large sea snail shells, also commonly spelled welk, or even wilks. In Florida, there are several species of seashells in the whelk and conch family, including the vibrant lightning whelk with pink stripes.