We are inviting you to visit our cozy store in Half Moon Bay, California.
This gallery style shop has a collection of unique handmade items made by local artists.
In our store, you can find a lot of different products including hand-painted silk paintings and wearable silk made by creative worldwide known artist Natasha Foucault.
Also available stylish jewelry, knitted and felted hats, scarves, socks, and slippers. We have various styles of jackets, dresses, brooches made using the wet felting technique. We are always happy to help you to choose a perfect gift! Welcome to our store!
This welcoming space directs a glowing spotlight on an exquisite collection of Natasha’s fine art silk paintings and wearable art scarves, capes, long vests, and ponchos. Each piece is hand painted in luminous, lustrous colors on silk, reflecting Natasha’s extensive world travels and her love of art and beauty.
At Silk and Stone, you will also find an eclectic mix of one-of-a-kind and locally hand-made jewelry, lacy felted wool-and-silk garments, cozy felted slippers, fun & funky hand-knitted accessories, whimsical hats. If you add to the mix the notecards or prints from Natasha’s silk paintings, you will easily find at Silk and Stone the perfect and affordable gift for yourself, your family, or a special friend.
We are dedicated to providing you with warm, caring, and personalized attention as you explore their latest offerings. New items come in all the time, so multiple visits are in order! Of course, you can plan a day or even a weekend in charming Half Moon Bay with its inviting beaches and tide pools, award-winning specialty shops, fine and casual restaurants, and hotels, and its genuine small-town atmosphere.
Offering custom design of any paintings and wearables on a commission basis for you or loved ones. Any of silk paintings can be reproduced as a fine giclee print on archival paper.
Contact us for more details.
Who We Are
Olga Chernysheva – Jewelry
Natasha Foucault – Silk Painting
For my entire life, my passion has been to bring beauty into people’s lives with my art. I believe that beauty is one of the great healing elements for our sometimes difficult human experiences. Through the medium of silk painting, I tell the stories of my travels around the world, and express my love of beauty through the elements of color, light, and form. I am known for my landscapes, still lifes, portraiture, and especially for depicting reflections in water and glass. I believe that the elusive meaning of our human life journey is illuminated by the creation and appreciation of beauty in art.
Marina Seglina – Accessories
Accessories are my favorite items to make – I love the way they can really pull together a look and I feel like I can be extra creative with form, color, and texture. I approach making my felted garments and jewelry with the spirit of a painter: I channel my emotions into each piece and often I find myself recreating and interpreting the scene that inspired me using textiles and color. Like all artists, I want my works to be enjoyed for many years, so my creative process includes buying the best materials from the best sources. I use all-natural, high-quality materials from reputable vendors, so you will love and wear your garments for decades! Thank you for stopping in, and I hope you will find something you love!
Patt Sheldon – Jewelry
Vivid colors and textures drive my work as a textile and jewelry artist. I
call myself a hyper-active artist because I continue to try new ideas and
techniques and go from one project to another.
I love ice-dyeing natural fibers, preferring its randomness resulting in
Monet-like patterns rather than deliberate designs. I also create unique
beaded jewelry pieces and continue to knit and weave clothing,
accessories and free-style Saori wall pieces. My art is inspired by my
coastal and foothills environments.
Helen Jansson Tsang -Knitting
I grew up in Sweden. My grandmother taught me how to knit. And I been knitting for over 55 years ( on and off )
Follow no patterns – The yarn tells me what to do. Love natural fabrics.