Debbie Shawcross's Gallery
Gallery About the Artist
Tower Bridge at Twilight
An impressionist-style waterclour of Tower Bridge and the London skyline at twilight with a steam barge and it's smokey steam setting the scene to the right of the foreground. Painted in just 3 colours: raw sienna, light red and french ultramarine. This was commissioned. I'm currently undertaking a similar painting for a client using acrylic on canvas and I'm happy to take similar commissions in waterclour or acrylic.
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.
Broadcasting in the snow
Blackfriars Bridge at Dusk
Windmills of my mind
This is a panoramic (length 26.5 x width 9 inches) original impressionist watercolour painting of 5 windmills silhouetted against the sky adjacent to a dutch dyke (a great deal of Holland is below sea level). The scene is painted from a photograph taken at dawn as the sky lights up above the mist rising over the still water in the dyke. This painting will be supplied with a bevelled mount and a glazed black frame.
Catch of the Day
Naked lady painted from behind in acrylic paint 'watercolour style' on 200lb (425g/m2) paper. Signed and dated by the artist: D Shawcross 2009. Frame: A 23mm wide flat shaped bronze/black edge coloured picture frame moulding. Made from real ayous wood with a brushed finish Glazing: Acrylic safety glazing Style: Luxury deep-bevel single mount Colour: Iced White External size of mount: 435 x 340mm Exact aperture size (mm): 325 x 230 Top Border: 55 Bottom Border: 55 Left Border: 55 Right Border: 55 Ready to hang.
A large square contemporary gloss varnished acrylic painting depicting The Monument, London. I painted an animated fiery background to give the impression of flames reaching up to the sky as may have been seen during the Great Fire of London, to which the Monument was built in commemoration. It measures 910 x 910 x 38 mm (36 x 36 x 1.5 inches) and is painted on a deep set high quality cotton box canvas (380g/m2). The sides are painted so it doesnât necessarily need a frame.