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Debbie DeWitt

Debbie DeWitt

Collegeville, PA

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My work has evolved as a result of my graphic design training combined with my love of painting and drawing. As a child, I always enjoyed artwork and was in constant need of art supplies. I studied classical painting and drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. There I began a love affair with oil paints. I love the smell and the way they move around the canvas. I also work in pencil, pastels and acrylics.

My life took a dramatic change when I fell in love, married and immediately began raising a family. I always dreamed of returning to art school and finishing my degree. That dream became a reality when my children entered school. I began studying fine arts at Parsons School of Design in New York City. I changed my course to graphic design believing the digital skills I would acquire would help my career, while my fine arts knowledge would enhance my graphic work.

I painted solely in oils but quickly realized the benefit of fast drying acrylics. At the same time, the shabby chic decor movement was in full swing. I began experimenting with acrylics on plywood. I love the way the plywood responds to the acrylic paint and the texture of the wood is revealed. It also lends itself well to the vintage and aged looks that are desirable now. I love texture in my work and use mediums on canvas as well to create the same dramatic affect.

I began working for an art publisher for the home decor market in 2004 and quickly started having success. My "Words to Live By" series was picked up by a number of large retailers, including Bed, Bath and Beyond, Homegoods, and Linens & Things and broke many publishing records. I continue to work in this field and have many pieces placed in the retail market.

I also create faux paintings and murals for private homes and businesses. I have been able to bring many of those techniques to my work for the home decor market.

My images do NOT belong to the public domain and may not be used for any purpose without my permission. All artwork in this portfolio are copyrighted and owned by the artist, Debbie DeWitt. All rights reserved.

 

Marche aux Fleurs by Debbie DeWitt

 

Fleurs de Botanique by Debbie DeWitt

 

La Botanique Aqua by Debbie DeWitt

 

Jardin Botanique Aqua by Debbie DeWitt

 

Red Wine and Pear 2 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Maxey's Old Irish Pub by Debbie DeWitt

 

Versailles by Debbie DeWitt

 

La Tour Eiffel by Debbie DeWitt

 

Notre Dame de Paris by Debbie DeWitt

 

Arc de Triomphe by Debbie DeWitt

 

Touchdown Tavern by Debbie DeWitt

 

The Dugout Pub by Debbie DeWitt

 

Village Bar and Grill by Debbie DeWitt

 

Official Man Cave by Debbie DeWitt

 

O'Malley's Old Irish Pub by Debbie DeWitt

 

Bortanique 4 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Botanique 3 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Botanique 2 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Botanique 1 by Debbie DeWitt

 

French Bath 2 by Debbie DeWitt

 

French Bath 1 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Mustache 2 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Mustache 1 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Suzani Rooster 2 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Suzani Rooster 1 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Serenity by Debbie DeWitt

 

Retreat by Debbie DeWitt

 

Hunting by Debbie DeWitt

 

Township Saloon by Debbie DeWitt

 

Neighborhood Pub by Debbie DeWitt

 

Indigo Rooster 2 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Indigo Rooster 1 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Sports Fan Basketball by Debbie DeWitt

 

Sports Fan Baseball by Debbie DeWitt

 

Sports Fan Soccer by Debbie DeWitt

 

Sports Fan Football by Debbie DeWitt

 

La Maison de Soupe by Debbie DeWitt

 

Chateau de Versailles by Debbie DeWitt

 

Arc de Triomphe by Debbie DeWitt

 

Danielle's Pastry Shop by Debbie DeWitt

 

Alexandra's Baking Company by Debbie DeWitt

 

Indigo Verde Mar 4 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Indigo Verde Mar 3 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Indigo Verde Mar 2 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Indigo Verde Mar 1 by Debbie DeWitt

 

Wings of Love by Debbie DeWitt

 

Wings of Hope by Debbie DeWitt

 

Beach Badge Wildwood by Debbie DeWitt