Debra Bretton Robinson is a Massachusetts artist and a participant in the vibrant Lowell art scene. Debra’s acrylic paintings on canvas concentrate on the natural landscapes and architecture of New England in vibrating colors, Most of her work is done ‘en plein air’ Her style borders between representational and abstract.
The colors and lines of her paintings are inspired by Matisse during the Fauvist movement. The talents of several other artists she continues to draw upon are: William Henry Johnson, ‘The Seven’ (a group of natural Canadian landscape painters from the 1920’s), Alice Neel, Emily Carr and Edward Hopper. Jazz and Blues music continue to be a force in her work.
Debra works out of her studio at 122 Western Avenue, Lowell MA #A409 and can be contacted through her email address. firstname.lastname@example.org Debra currently has her work in several online galleries including the Saatchi Gallery in London. Please feel free to visit : https://www.saatchiart.com/brettonarts
You can see more Debra’s wore HERE