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Morning On The Edge Of Bivalve by Eddie Flotte
Morning On The Edge Of Bivalve by Eddie Flotte

Morning On The Edge Of Bivalve

A more accurate title would be Morning on the Edge of Shell Pile. People call this boat Gilligan because looks so much like the minnow. It is close to the same exact model boat. Shell Pile and Bivalve are separate areas in Port Norris New Jersey. The area once thrived harvesting oysters from the Delaware Bay. Old retooled oyster schooners still harvest oysters and other shell fish on a smaller scale. Enormous piles of shells are saved and reused to plant the bottom of the bay, making it possible for new oyster life to survive. A small pile of shells is seen in this painting
— Eddie Flotte

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Approximately 10 by 13 inches
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