Category Archives: Keith Drury

Bristol Lane

Bristol Lane is the third edition of Keith Drury’s vibrant and colourful Bristol Panoramic series with even more buildings and features than before to represent Bristol’s cultural and industrial significance. With all the elements developed initially as 3D models, it is no wonder that Bristol Lane took almost 400 hours to create.

Bristol Lane Panorama


Bristol Lane is available in two sizes – Medium and Small – either framed with a double mount or unframed and supplied as rolled Paper only ; and in limited editions of 175 and 75 respectively.
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The buildings and features included in this artwork are as follows:

Ashton Court, several of the glass towers on Harbourside, Concorde (which was often requested) the Cranes on Harbourside, the Library (old building), Lloyds Amphitheatre, M Shed, Redcliffe Wharf, Totterdown, Bristol Zoo represented by an Austin A60 and a caged Shaun the sheep – along with a token giraffe. Bristol Musuem, Wills Tower, Christmas Steps (with arch entrance) and buildings at base, Alms House, Church of St. Michael on the Mount, Cathedral Tower, The Old Duke, The Old Vic, The Hatchett, Temple Meads, Pero’s bridge, Millenium Building, Cabot Tower, The Granary, Llandoger Troy, St John’s Tower, Clifton Suspension Bridge with Bristol Bus, SS Great Britain, The Matthew, and finally, Gromit and Shauns liberally sprinkled to taste including one Shaun in a bin !

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London Way

Keith was determined that his new London City limited edition  would not be a disappointment and has spent months working on his latest urban panorama..

Buildings in the artwork include Big Ben, Battersea, BT Tower, Buckingham Palace, Changing of the Guard, City Hall, Covent Garden, Harrods, Liberty, Millennium Dome, Nelson’s Column, Piccadilly Circus, the Shard, St Pancras, Walkie Talkie, Tower Bridge, OXO building, London Eye, Gherkin, the Cutty Sark, Buckingham Palace gates, Trafalgar Square along with a London Bus, Taxi and London Bikes to mention a few !

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