“I like to work from life as much as possible, and I am currently mentored by the renowned Equestrian and Countryside artist Malcolm Coward HSEA. I have been a member of the SEA for some years and became a Full Member in 2015. I was their Honorary Secretary and Webmaster for six years and am currently still an active Trustee. I was shocked and honoured to receive the Cuneo Medal in 2017 which is the highest award the Society bestows – voted for by the Full Members of the Society at the Horse in Art Exhibition which takes place at Sally Mitchell’s Gallery in Tuxford. In 2012 I was also honoured to be awarded the John Noott Gallery prize for Best Oil Painting at the Annual Exhibition for the painting “Parthenon”
Living and working as a professional artist in West Wales since 1986, and originally comes from Rugby, Warwickshire. Her vibrant equestrian work is collected internationally she exhibits in several joint and solo exhibitions around the country each year. Specializing in equine art but domestic livestock, people and rural art also feature. As a qualified tutor she teaches part time and runs one day workshops in the summer. Debbie is very happy to discuss commissioned work, please see her website for more information or email her direct.
Patrons and Notable Commissions
Lord Bamford (JCB)
Welsh Pony and Cob Society,
Dr W Davies MBE
Pyramid Society – Canadian Warmblood Society
Horse and Hound
Horses in Art (USA magazine)
I have also had my work used for several publicity items including ceramics and books for the WPCS
Technical illustrations in published educational equestrian books by Jenny Morgan.
King Street Gallery, Carmarthen
Welsh Pony and Cob Society Pavilion, Royal Welsh Showground, 2004 -2016
Mall Galleries, London. Society of Equestrian Artists 2006 – 2013
Pyramid Society Egyptian Arabian Society Gala, Kentucky Horse Park
Royal Welsh Agricultural Society Centenary Exhibition “FARMING AND THE WELSH LANDSCAPE”.
Royal Windsor Horse Show.
Glanusk Estate – by kind permission of Rt Honourable Shan Legge-Burke.
Aberaeron Festival of the Horse.