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|About||Locally dug quahogs are harvested and the purple part of the shell is what we use, this is called Wampum.|
Donald is a semi-retired electrician and contractor, skilled with tradesman tools; he has always been interested in pursuing projects that require out-of-the-box thinking, yet practical applications. As an inventor of patented products, he is inspired to recycle, “upcycle” and re-purpose materials of all types. Whether it is designing and building a caboose for his grandson’s bicycle or a staged video unit to capture fishermen’s “Big catch, “ LeBlanc takes pride, precision, and detail to every piece of work he produces. LeBlanc also has his Captain’s license--enjoys jetskiing, boating, fishing, SCUBA and shellfishing.
Celeste’s extraordinary talent since an early age is remarkable. Her ease to learn and perfect multiple hands on projects and skills is impressive. She has learnt by watching, doing and in many instances has taught herself. She knows how to knit, to sew, to crochet, to cross-stitch, and to do many other crafts. She has been designing and hand-crafting jewelry for six years. Using a variety of mediums, she adapts each piece to the materials she uses to create a piece of art. Olson has used crystals, beads, stones, sterling wire, shells and sea Once we get the quahogs, Donald J. LeBlanc, carves out different shapes then his daughter, Celeste Olson uses her creativity and arranges these pieces into very unique jewelry.