Hello and Welcome!

Here is some quick info about my artwork….

Each painting I create is original and one of a kind.  I work mostly on small hardboard panels, and occasionally on canvas, and try to do 2 or 3 paintings a week, as time allows.  I like painting  directly from life, and set up my own still life arrangements to paint from.

I use Artist’s quality oil paints and materials, and finish the dried painting with a layer of varnish.   The buyer receives it unframed and carefully wrapped for shipping.   Also included is a signed certificate (certificate of authenticity)  with info about the painting and my contact information.

Thank you for stopping by for a visit,  I hope you enjoy my work!


5 Comments on “About”

  1. Gary Klingemann says:

    Hi Debbie–nice work. Found you on Daily Paintworks website. Follow a few painters and getting back into painting after an extremely long hiatus raising kids and working. I assume that your photo-realistic approach requires some fine brushes. Could you share with me what type they are and what size? And do you do these all in one sitting? I used to paint very large, like 36″ x 48″ and above so seeing paintings at 6″ x 6″ intrigues me. Anyway, I bookmarked your gallery and will stay tuned. Regards, Gary

  2. dbcfineart says:

    Thank you Gary, and good luck with your painting! It was similar for me, while raising kids I didn’t do much oil painting. Discovering daily painters and their blogs inspired me to start. The brushes I use are small flat or round synthetic.. like golden taklon by royal langnickel… Robert Simmons also has nice brushes called “white sable”. Of course real sable would be best, I only have a couple by Blick “masterstroke”.
    Thanks for asking 🙂

  3. Debbie, I’ve followed your work on DailyPaintWorks for a while now and am always impressed. I’m curious about using hardboard panels and am eager to give it a try! Do you prep the panels before painting (gesso, sanding…)? I’m equally impressed the way you’ve organized your wordpress site using archive galleries. I may have to “borrow” a few of these ideas for my site! Thanks for the inspiration.


  4. dbcfineart says:

    Stephen, Thank you for the comments, and in answer to your question about hardboard panels, if you’ve cut the board yourself, sanding is a good idea. I buy the Ampersand hardbords and put gesso on myself. I’m glad you like the wordpress layout, but it was an idea I “borrowed” from other blogs I’ve seen! Thanks for visiting!

  5. Thea says:

    Dearest Debbie,
    I have been following your work for a while now and my admiration and awe for your work grow by each painting you produce. You are indeed exceptionally talented and a huge inspiration.
    I am curious though on your love of painting fruits. I love doing still life paintings, but I just can’t get myself to do fruits/veggies. I have no idea why. So i thought I’ll ask you why you enjoy painting “edibles” … maybe it might help me somehow.
    Also, do you do commissions? If so, how much do you ask … some time ago you did the white/blue cup with the ladel and my husband and I have never forgotten its beauty.

    Wishing you a wonderful week!
    Thea x x x

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