Dale Shutt - Gallery

artworks created in dyes on silk ~ acrylic on canvas ~ petals on paper

Dragon River

2007

handpainted silk
24 x 12"

Birch Reflection

2006

handpainted silk

18 x 20"

Green Reflection

2006

handpainted silk

18 x 18"

River Watch

2007

handpainted silk
18 x 24"

Mist and Moss

2008

handpainted silk
18 x 24"

Late Summer Reflection

2008

handpainted silk
13 x 24"

River Bird

2008

handpainted silk
20 x 24"

Lake Reflection

2011

handpainted silk
22 x 14"

Ghosts

2011

handpainted silk
16 x 20"

Spider Mother

2007

handpainted silk
18 x 24"

Berry River

2008

handpainted silk
18 x 20"

Spring Reflection

2007

handpainted silk
24 x 12"

Dancing to the Edge

2000

handpainted silk

 

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Spring
2009 handpainted silk 30x24"

Summer
2009 handpainted silk 30x24"
Autumn
2009 handpainted silk 30x24"
Winter
2009 handpainted silk 30x24"

Algonquin

2008

dyes on silk
9 x 12"

Water

2008

dyes on silk
10 x 13"

Wind

2008

dyes on silk
9 x 11"

Deux Têtes

1999

handpainted silk

18 x 24"

Going Home
Woodcut Print
on hand made paper
20x20"
Going Home
Woodcut Print
on Handpainted Silk
20x20"

Ready to Fly
Woodcut Print
on Handpainted Silk
16 x 12"

2011

Dragonette
Woodcut Print
on Handpainted Silk
16 x 12"
2011

River Bird Reflection
Woodcut Print
on Handpainted Silk
2011



Allward Terra
Protector of the earth

Woodcut Print
on Handpainted Silk
2011
22 x 16"

Branch
Silk~Paper Cut 2011
9x12"

Into The Sun
Silk~Paper Cut 2011
9x12"

Hummer
Silk~Paper Cut 2011
8x10"

Blue Birds
Silk~Paper Cut 2011
8x10"

Fly The Moon
Silk~Paper Cut 2011
8x10"

Re-Verb Wing
Silk~Paper Cut 2011
9x12"

Flight II
Silk~Paper Cut 2011
9x12"


Mandala
Silk~Paper Cut 2011
9x12"

For information on prices and availability of artworks please contact Dale

Follow Me

2004

acrylic on canvas
18 x 24"

The Last Dance

2004

Acrylic on canvas
20 x 24"

Trust the Trees

2004

acrylic on canvas
24 x 30"

Blowin' in the Wind

2004

acrylic on canvas
24 x 20

Poppy Study

2004

acrylic on masonite

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Allward Palladian
Protector of the Castle

1998

Care, Feeding and Naming of Your Dragon

Dragons can go for many years without eating, so this should not be a problem for you. They do like to be clean and appreciate a light dusting now and then. If necessary they can be wiped with a slightly dampened cloth after removing excess dust.
Dragon lore is as varied as the cultures they have lived in. Personally I have never heard a reliable account involving a maiden. (Stories about sheep are a little harder to discount). Although by nature gentle and peaceful creatures they will defend themselves if provoked. (Knights out to prove their name be forewarned). Dragons are most renowned for their protective nature and their ability to bring good luck to those they live with.
Some dragons are born with a name that seems to suit them completely, while others are identified only by their colour. Nonetheless all are accustomed to receiving many new names during their lifetime and will be honoured to accept whatever name you bestow upon them.


Happy
2006

handpainted silk, plaster & wire


Stones in Water
2001

handpainted silk
22 x 28"


Evergreen Sunset
1999

handpainted silk
18 x 14"


The Grandparents
1999

dyes on silk
24 x 30"

Gaea: the deep-breasted earth first bore Uranus: the sky covered with stars. Her equal in grandeur, he completely covered the sea and the mountains. Reaching down, Uranus touched the very earth where Gaea gave root. From there they produced the first race of people.

Pheonix Rising
1999

handpainted silk
24 x 30"

 

The Cosmic Egg
1999

handpainted silk
24 x 30"

From Cronos (time) came Void (the infinite) and Ether (the finite). Under Voids' cover of night, using the creative action of Ether, Cosmic matter was slowly organized. In the centre of this gigantic egg, whose upper section formed the vault of the sky and whose lower section was the fertile earth, the first being: Phanes (the light) was born.

Sunflower

Field

2001

handpainted silk

43 x 22"

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