|Size:||10" x 8"|
|Medium:||Oil on Panel|
"I visited Venice and there was such beauty at every turn. While walking down the stairs in the Daniele Hotel, I took in this finial and the amazing craftsmanship all around as I descended to the lobby. It struck me how so often, in our rush to get where we are going, we miss the beauty that surrounds us. There just isn't time to take it all in all the time. But this was a moment when I slowed down and pulled out my sketchpad. I had to." Deb
This painting spent over a year in Montana. It was juried into the WaterWorks Art Museum annual exhibition, "Subjective Perspectives". From there, it was also chosen as one of a few pieces for the traveling exhibition that visited museums, libraries and art centers around rural Montana.
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Debra is a contemporary realist painter, an experienced chemical engineer, a mother, a wife & a traveler and her art expresses all of these life adventures!
Using oil or acrylic paints, Debra paints in a tightly rendered realistic style. Her work ranges in size from four feet down to two inches. Part of her process for creating miniature fine art involves the use of magnifying lenses, and offering interactive painting demonstrations where she invites people to try their hand at painting on pieces she has started.
Debra likes to break rules, especially the rule that says you should only paint one subject. This makes her a good choice for collectors who want to commission a painting. She confidently renders still life, portraits, pets, cityscapes, seascapes & landscapes. Peruse her paintings here but visit the gallery to fully experience them!