Each brushstroke and scrape of paint is made with a deliberate hand, guided by an intentional spirit
Colors inspire and uplift me. I create with positive, good vibrations when applying colorful, textured paints with brushes, palette knives and scrapers. While they may seem to waltz, flow, splash and dance onto the canvas, every line, brushstroke, droplet and scrape of paint is made with a deliberate hand guided by an intentional spirit. Every painting is born of a meditative feeling or emotion, that is brought to life, blending the line of where I begin and the painting ends. And it is this hypnotic feeling of dabbing, scratching, pushing and scraping paint that drives me into the art studio every day. By harmonizing colors and using textures, I'm able to not only paint emotions, but feel them too.
Deb Breton is a mixed media artist who lives and creates in Northern California. She paints how she in-visions the world - infused with color. By using juicy, yummy colors that say “hello world, I’m happy to be here”, she does her part to make the world a little brighter, one painting at a time. Breton has been involved in the art industry most of her life. Fresh out of school she painted wall murals, airbrushed motorcycles and created set design. In later years she found her niche as a sought after designer and pre-press manager, working with clients such as Nestle, Warner Bros. Studio and the Dali Museum. In 2005 her hobby as a woodturner; turning, carving and painting wood became her full-time passion as a self employed artist. In 2010 Deb's mom came to live with her under hospice care, so she set up an easel and began painting in the room next to hers. Those days Deb painted to help her deal and heal. These days she paints happier themes. Every line, brushstroke, droplet and scrape of paint is made with a deliberate hand, guided by an intentional spirit