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Deborah Wainwright Feature Artist

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Deborah Wainwright
UK, Witham Essex County
join us today.
We hope you will join us in welcoming her! 

When did you realize you might have a real desire or talent for creating Art? I started drawing as a child and dabbled with oils as a teenager but didn't really start creating art until just recently. I think I became stifled by thinking my art was rubbish. Whereas now I'm learning to let go of expectation and be curious about my art.

What is your favorite medium for creating? Oh gosh! I guess it has to be paint, as I seem to be using it more and more.
Any SIGNIFICANT Pets or People in your life? I'm part of a regular family whom I love very much but my husband and daughter have had real significant impact on my life. They each came along and changed my life for the better. And of course my cat Kashmir who shares my birthday and is spoilt rotten.

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  1. wonderful colors - cheerful and upbeat and uplifting. thanks for sharing.

  2. Wonderful projects being featured, so much fantastic colour and stunning girls, love your ArT:-) xxx

  3. Lovely pieces of colorful work. Thanks for sharing with us.

  4. Great colors. Love all the layers!

  5. Colorful and beautiful projects!

  6. Deborah,
    Thank you so much for sharing with us! Your pieces are beautiful! So full of color and beautiful layers!! Well done! ")

  7. Your art is amazing, Deborah. Thanks so much for sharing it with us. I really enjoyed looking at each piece and learning a bit more about you!


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