A new painting to ring in 2021!

“Continuum”, three, 8×10, acrylic on linen canvas. (Approximately 10×26 when hung}

Continuing in the tradition of Jackson Pollack comes, “Continuum”, a tryptic consisting of three, 8×10 acrylics on canvas. These are designed to be placed side by side with minimal space between each. Once hung, it would measure about 10×26-perfect for that hard to fit space! Go ahead. Buy it….your wall is crying for it.

“Red and Black on Linen”

“Red and Black on Linen”, 16×20 Acrylic on linen canvas.

I am inspired by other artists. I created “Carefree in Givenchy” which was inspired by Monet after a visit to the French Countryside. “Poppies, Poppies Everywhere” came about after a visit to Arles and St. Remy, France where Van Gogh spend a lot of time. “Red and Black on Linen” came about after looking at paintings by Jackson Pollack.

Many critics pooh pooh his work, saying that he simply threw paint on a canvas. Those who know better understand that it takes a certain amount of talent to get the finished project to mean something.

Having said that, I decided to give it a try. First, it’s not as easy as it looks. Pollack used linen canvases to do many of his paintings and I did the same. Linen canvas is very unforgiving. It requires prior planning because wherever the paint lands, it oozes into the canvas, not a lot, but enough to make a difference.

I thoroughly enjoyed painting this and I hope you enjoy it as well. Thank you, Jackson Pollack, for the inspiration!

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New Stuff

I’m still working on that other project and it looks like it’s going to take a lot longer than I thought. It’s been a case of paint….gesso over it….paint again. The trials and tribulations of an artist!

Meanwhile, I’ve added a few more “Little Debbie’s”, you know….those very affordable paintings under 5×7. “Angel Holding Flowers” is the newest.

“Angel Holding Flowers”, 5×7 acrylic on paper

I pick up a lot of vintage and unloved smaller frames at estate sales. That’s where most all of the frames used in “Little Debbie’s” are born. With each frame, I attempt to paint something that ‘fits’ that frame. Above, it is a silver (Yes. I know. It looks like gold, but it’s not) metal frame.

The Deborah Boyd Art Gallery is now open!

After many painstaking months, my virtual gallery is now a reality. “From my Studio to your Home” offers a gallery view of all my original work currently available for sale. The Gallery is open 24/7 and admission is free! Watching in the middle of the night in your jammies is encouraged! I hope you will take the time to visit all 13 collections.

Enter the Gallery by simply clicking the link at the top of this page. Grab your favorite libation and maybe a few munchies, sit back and enjoy the show!

While this gallery includes only originals currently in inventory, you can order reprints on these or any previously sold work at, http://www.OwnADebbie.com

Thanks for visiting!

A Special Gift for a Special Mom!

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Get Mom something really special this Mother’s Day – One of a kind, handcrafted jewelry.  Select from five, beautiful pieces described below. All prices include free shipping in the continental U.S Please use the contact form at the top of this page to ask questions or to order.

PENDANT AND EARRING SETS

These beautiful slate stones were found on a recent visit to France. Mom will treasure the delicate, hand-painted designs for years to come. Each set includes earrings with hand-tooled wires and a pendant with a black, 20” rope chain and comes in a handsome gift box.  $35 each set, priority mail shipping included.

“HOT PEPPERS”        “CAROUSEL”       “RED ON BLACK”

Each comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by artist/designer Deborah Boyd

FUSED GLASS PENDANTS

These chunky, fused glass beauties will always attract attention. The slight imperfections only add to the character of each piece. $28 each priority mail and shipping included. Comes in a handsome gift box.

“AQUARIUM” “ELEGANTE”

Each comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by artist/designer Deborah Boyd