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Whitby at Dusk
Whitby at dusk when the sun is going down and lighting up the East Cliff is a beautiful sight and in this painting there are dark, moody clouds making it look very dramitic. I have painted it with high quality watercolours on watercolour paper. The price is for it framed in a 16 x 12 inch brown and black wooden frame with an inner gold line and a cream mount as in the photo. If you would like it with just the mount or without either the frame or mount please contact me.
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.
Step Back in Time (70's Shapes) Framed Original
Original Framed Watercolour in a black box frame 9 x 11 x 1 inch in size with a choice of mount colours: yellow, purple or orange; please contact me via the Paypal "message to seller" section when you purchase or on this website stating your colour preference. This is painted on Winsor & Newton 300g 140lb Watercolour paper. Includes poem printed on coloured card to compliment the Artwork and certificate of authenticity. STEP BACK IN TIME Top of the Pops, Glam Rock, Lava Lamps and Ice Pops; bold colours and shapes to see, convenience foods, watching TV; Charlieâs Angels, Starsky & Hutch, Bay City Rollers â idolised so much. Fondu Sets and Soda Stream, are things I remember from the 70âs scene.
Clara the Cow
A watercolour painting of Bridlington, Yorkshire, England showing the Yorkshire Bell pleasure boat just leaving the harbour with it's passengers. It is available framed in a 16 x 12 inch brown frame with an inner gold line and a cream mount. It is also available unframed with or without the mount - just contact me if this is your choice.
Synergy of watercolour paint and digital process. During an art residency in Mexico inspired by Homero Aridjis poem I painted the famous volcano Popocatepetl with the legendry Quetzalcoatl emerging from its heart. Red sun in the west. Long fixed rays piercing the valley. Sky tensely blue. Among the volcanic peaks, the smoking crest of Popocatepetl. From its summit, loose rocks roll down, silent, without weight, like a cataclysm without sound. New Fire by Homero Aridjis