Deborah Shannon

, 2018

Deborah Shannon

, 2018

Acrylic on canvas

40 x 40 in

$2,500.00

, 2019

Deborah Shannon

, 2019

acrylic on canvas

48 x 36 in

$2,500.00

, 2019

Deborah Shannon

, 2019

Acrylic on Paper unframed

20 x 28 in

$1,600.00

Farm Buildings, 2018

Deborah Shannon

Farm Buildings, 2018

Watercolor on paper

22 x 30 in

$1,600.00

Railroad Station Fairhaven, VT, 2018

Deborah Shannon

Railroad Station Fairhaven, VT, 2018

Acrylic on panel

6.50 x 20 in

$750.00

Red Barn Black Barn , 2019

Deborah Shannon

Red Barn Black Barn , 2019

acrylic on canvas

48 x 36 in

$2,500.00

The Chesapeake, 2019

Deborah Shannon

The Chesapeake, 2019

Acrylic on paper unframed

20 x 27 in

$1,600.00

Vermont , 2019

Deborah Shannon

Vermont , 2019

20 x 19 in

$1,200.00

Victorian Railroad Station, 2018

Deborah Shannon

Victorian Railroad Station, 2018

Acrylic on paper

20 x 20 in

$1,200.00

Woodstock Vermont , 2019

Deborah Shannon

Woodstock Vermont , 2019

Acrylic on Paper unframed

20 x 28 in

$1,600.00

Yellow House , 2019

Deborah Shannon

Yellow House , 2019

Acrylic on Paper unframed

20 x 20 in

$850.00

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Deborah Shannon
Deborah Shannon holds a degree from Wellesley College in Boston andstudied art at Morley College in London as well as the Silvermine GuildSchool of the Arts in Connecticut.Her work has won numerous prestigious awards as well as signaturemembership in: the Southwestern Watercolor Society, the TexasWatercolor Society and in Associated Creative Artists. Many gallerieshave shown her work including the Villa Pomini in Milan, Italy. Shewas a partner in Gallery VIII in Plano, TX , where her work wasexhibited for 13 years.She works in several mediums including: watercolor, acrylic, oil,collage and print making.The use of simple shapes and saturated color are now the primaryelements Deborah Shannon exploits to express her feelings in herpaintings which are frequently enriched by a layering process. Oftenshe strives to achieve a sense of abstraction without becomingnonrepresentational, a challenge the artist finds intriguing.Domestic architecture has always caught this artist’s interest, becauseshe sees it as where man and his environment intersect. Homes andbarns not only reflect the wealth and physical needs of the builder butalso his personality, and his artistic sensibility. The artist isparticularly taken with the delightful eccentricity of the Victorian eraand has done a series on the San Francisco Victorian.
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