Category Archives: Coastal Decor Blog

Meet Hurricane Ike, one of the new 2013 winter/spring Chase Allen coastal iron fish sculpture designs.

“…….pure talent” –Southern Living

Chase Allen’s handcrafted sculptures….. iconic in the coastal decor arena since 2001!!!

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Two Medium Handcrafted Stingray Sculptures -by coastal sculptor Chase Allen   $325/each     Buy one today and give the gift of handcrafted art this holiday season!  Free shipping and hand signed!  A gift that will be talked about for a lifetime.      

This crab art on a sheet steel canvas has various cuts that I have torched in to the piece so that once placed over a light, the cuts allow the light to bleed through at night creating. I have taken hand milled pine from Daufuskie, torched it, sanded it, then stained the wood mahogany and placed a clear coat of poly over it. This coastal art truly makes a statement.

Three Coastal Decorating Tips for Chase Allen’s Handcrafted Sculptures

1. Group/school the coastal sculptures in odd numbers….never even!

fish art sculptures

2. Play with the spacing of the sculptures and adjust for the wall space that you are using. These sculptures can be spaced out to help fit the wall so use this to your advantage. Start the school in a tight pattern and space them outward to match space available.

handcrafted coastal wall art

3. Mix up the species. Note that the mermaid sculpture looks awesome with the fish art swimming in the same direction.

coastal bathroom decor

  Coastal Decorating Featuring The Permanent Iron Fish Collection   The first Iron Fish sculpture we will be featuring today is from coastal artist Chase Allen’s Permanent Collection.  This clown fish art, aka ‘Nemo’, is available in 5 sizes or a school!    Click here to see this clown fish art, aka ‘Nemo’, fish sculpture. […]