Each brushstroke is made with a deliberate hand, guided by an intentional spirit
Every line, brushstroke, droplet, and scrape of paint is made with a deliberate hand, guided by an intentional spirit. Much like a writer or poet uses words to convey a story, I use color to capture emotion and textures to encourage us to feel that emotion. When compelled, I paint famous faces of those who inspire or uplift us, these are painted in a more pop-art / urban style. Again the purpose, as with all my art, is to empower and uplift us, to show that we as spiritual beings are greater than the sum of our parts.
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Deb Breton is best known for her colorful mixed media abstract and portrait paintings. Deb found her “painting voice” at a late age while caring for her mom under hospice. Though she’s primarily a self-taught painter, her earlier design career found her working with brands like Warner Bros. Studio’s and the Dali Museum. These days, living and painting in Sonoma County, California, she oftentimes combines color with words and lyrics to express empowering themes. When viewing her exuberant and admittedly occasional strange work, you get a sense that every line, brushstroke, droplet, and scrape of paint is made with a deliberate hand, guided by an intentional spirit.