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ring tree, snowflake obsidian, clear quartz, crystal points
A ring tree ornament, created from black wire, twisted into a tree shape and containing semi precious gems snowflake obsidian, clear quartz, and crystal points, interspersed with bugle beads. Its wound around a wire circle and can be hung as an ornament against a wall or a dreamcatcher in a window. Its hand made, and makes a unique gift.
Woman in a Glass Bathtub
Sunset on Liberty
An original watercolour of the sun setting behind the Statue of Liberty. The Manhattan skyline can be seen in the background. Signed by the artist: D Shawcross. Framed and ready to hang. Frame: A 35mm luxury wide reverse shaped dark walnut (with a gold inner edge) coloured picture frame made from real ayous wood with a stain finish. Acrylic safety glazing and 55mm luxury deep-bevel single ivory mount.
opal wire tree
Decorative hand made tree made from silver coloured wire and pretty opals. they are not the traditional "fire" opals, but a more subtle blue toned gem. Its mounted on a small painted canvas to form a base.Pretty and unique present for anyone. It's seven inches high and six inches wide, including the base.
The Country Dog
Eyes Wide Open
The artwork has been created in 2020. It's an oil painting on deep edge cotton canvas. Figure of a yound beautiful woman, resting on a red velvet throw. She is dressed in white bridal gown, has red long hair. Her head is pointed downwards and left arm is outstretched. Her eyes are wide open.
Girl and the Owl
The Lady Washington Brig
Original pastel painting of the square-rigged sailing vessel, the Lady Washington, seen at anchor in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. My thanks to Michael Ryan for permission to use his wonderful reference photograph. Image size 13.5" x 19.5" (35cm x 50cm), Panpastels and pastel pencils on Pastelmat board (unframed). The first Lady Washington was a 90-ton brig named after Martha Washington. She was the first American-flagged vessel to round Cape Horn, making landfall in Oregon in 1788. She took part in the fur trade and carried tea and porcelain across the Pacific from China. She was the first US ship to reach Japan, but was lost off the Philippines in 1797. The present Lady Washington is a full scale replica, launched in 1989 and sails up and down the coast of California, Oregon and Washington, offering educational programs. (Please note, watermarks do not appear on original image.)