What Debra does…….My Friends Girls

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I wanted to do something Nice for a friend. I painted his girls. His wife is a photographer and has many Wonderful photos of them, so I wanted to paint them in some Stylized Art something they don’t have…….

 

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Both Portraits are 8″ x 10″ on canvas panel/board. Its a layering technique. With Gesso, Watercolor, Sketch & Wash…….

What Debra does…….Under the Shadows

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I Just want to Sit under this Beautiful Tree…This is an Escape Landscape takes you to this serene Place

Artwork has a way of “Taking You Away” I hope this painting brings You happy feelings and thoughts…….

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Details:
Title: “Shadow of a Big Lone Tree”
Size: 20″ x 20″ Large Painting
Media: Professional Artist Acrylics on stretched canvas, Sides painted so you may hang un-framed or framed.

What Debra does…….Picnic in Polka dots

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“Picnic in Polka Dots” I Feel Pretty” Barefoot for the Picnic Romantic Art, painted in hand mixed Watercolor paints.

Details:
Title: “Picnic in Polka Dots I Feel Pretty” Barefoot for the Picnic
Size: Paper Size Height 9″ x Width 6″
Media: Watercolors Painting. Painted on Arches heavy 140 lb paper.

 

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Available in my etsy Shop.   https://www.etsy.com/shop/grandhorse

What Debra does…….did this just now

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Sunlit Bear hand drawn in Prisma Pencil.

Sunlit Bear 17 Lightness debra 800

Available in my etsy Shop. Drawing on Heavy 60 lb. Black Paper, Hand Drawn in Primsa Pencil.