Ocean waves are often depicted in art

Ocean Sunset GIF by Living Stills via giphy

The ocean can be described in an endless number of ways. It’s refreshing, beautiful and humbling. Being near it or merely looking at a picture of it can be an excellent form of visual meditation. It’s one of the few things that gets more interesting the longer you stare at it. Poets and artists frequently depict her in their art. Waves jostle and hiss on the sand and unidentified bird calls give the whole thing a nice nautical feel. It’s a nice feeling even if you are not staring at the real ocean.

One particular Malaysian artist uses the ocean as an inspiration to craft her products. The details of the cerulean’s beauty and rolling waves arts are not easy to be painted especially when you are turning the paintings into products we use every day. Lyn Artelier creates beautiful handcrafted artwork and because of that, she takes her time in creating even one artwork. Her art reflects her passion in resin, alcohol ink and acrylic pouring art.

Lyn Artelier Resin Ocean Inspired Coaster

Each piece is handmade, so each and every one of it is completely unique! The materials chosen in her craft are epoxy resin and alcohol ink, ensuring clear illustrations and vibrant colours. Resin can stand the temperatures of hot beverages (unless the beverage is straight from the microwave!).

Check out her exquisite artwork at BuyMalaysia today.

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