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Onward March of Turbines
This is a small abstract painting of a northern town in England. I love the way buildings become jumbled in over time so there's no obvious structure but the colour of the brick and the reflection of the sky in the slate roofs tie it all together. Oil on canvas. On display at The Art CafÃ©, Charles Roe House, Macclesfield.
Last light of the day
This is from a photograph of Reculver Towers on the North Kent Coast, taken just before the light of the Sun faded. Standing in the centre of these ruins, I always get a real sense of its past and those who left their souls here. The last picture shows the Towers when they were once part of the medieval church of St Mary. Well worth a visit!
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 peaceful scene
Abstract artwork depicting the mindfulness of meditation. No thoughts, no judgement, just being in the here and now in peace and tranquillity. Eventually seeing the world through clearer eyes. Sides are painted in a light shade of blue, so no need to frame. Canvas comes complete with fixtures and fittings and is ready to hang. Certificate of Authenticity also included.