Dawn Cruttenden,  Derry and England

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The Gray Sisters
The Gray Sisters, oil on canvas, 90 x 60 ins
Ivy
Ivy, watercolour, 40 x 30 ins
Honeysuckle in Berry
Honeysuckle in Berry, watercolour, 30 x 40 ins
The Art Lesson
The Art Lesson, oil mono print, 40 x 30 ins
Heirloom
Heirloom, pencil, 30 x 40 ins
Windy Beach
Windy Beach, watercolour, 20 x 10 ins
The Red Bucket
The Red Bucket, acrylic/emulsion, 20 x 30 ins
Fairy Me Time
Fairy Me Time, watercolour, 10 x 10 ins
Whitstable Mud Tug
Whitstable Mud Tug, oil, 20 x 30 ins
To The Beach
To The Beach, oil, 20 x 30 ins
My Sister's Name
My Sister's Name, oil, 20 x 30 ins
Daddy's Home
Daddy's Home, oil, 20 x 30 ins
Catching Moonbeams
Catching Moonbeams, watercolour, 10 x 15 ins
Holly's Gift
Holly's Gift, watercolour, 10 x 15 ins
Teasle Fairy
Teasle Fairy, watercolour, 10 x 15 ins
Dandelion Fairy
Dandelion Fairy, watercolour, 10 x 15 ins
auntie joan's kitchen
auntie joan's kitchen, watercolour, 16x12
Angela's three
Angela's three, oil on canvas, 16x20
hide and seek
hide and seek, watercolour, 16x12
martha and the magician
martha and the magician, acrylic on canvas, 10x10
dusk on the antrim coast
dusk on the antrim coast, acrylic and emulsion on canvas, 24x30
Judy's 40th birthday suit
Judy's 40th birthday suit, acrylic on canvas, 90x30
Castlerock before the rain
Castlerock before the rain, acrylic on canvas, 12x24
grandad
grandad, watercolour, 16x12
the fishing pool
the fishing pool, oil on canvas, 12x24
she was just there
she was just there, oil on canvas, 30x24
to dip or not to dip
to dip or not to dip, acrylic on canvas, 12x24
Liz
Liz, acrylic on canvas, 12x16

Dawn Cruttenden Art (Download The Catalogue)

Dawn Cruttenden was born in Northern Ireland, 1972. She graduated from art college in Belfast and from Newcastle upon Tyne before moving into advertising as a copywriter in London. Her works are owned from Ireland to Australia. Dawn's work is figurative and aims to capture moments one would want to hold that are familiar and emotive to the viewer. Her latest work features huge skies and seascapes - particularly those of the Antrim coast where she spent a lot of her childhood. Many of these pieces have the aim of making the viewer feel a sense of air and space and tries to convey the beautiful emptiness of the coastline which mentally restores the visitor with a sense of calm and of being only human. Cruttenden is influenced by vintage childrens book illustration, historic portraits, and can often be found hanging round the national portrait gallery in London seeking inspiration. Contemporary work she loves include the work of David McDowell and Stuart McAlpine Miller.

Website: www.paintedatdawn.com

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