Creating art that connects us on a soul level, making our world a brighter place

Deb Breton in Studio

Deb Breton is an abstract artist who paints colorful interpretations of life. Her work oftentimes includes symbolism, words or lyrics that express the human potential. In Breton’s portraiture work she blends the lines between representational and expressionism. Preferring to use layers of colors and marks to capture the essence of the human spirit. Her artworks have been featured in corporate installations and in private collections all over the world.

As a professional artist based in California, USA , she draws inspiration from the beauty that surrounds the area. She’s an avid fruit and vegetable gardener, birder, hiker and meditation enthusiast who lives to bring impossible dreams to life.

canvas with gesso

“Much of my work is built upon layers and layers of paint, revealing colors beneath, or beside them in a  dance between light and dark. As an intuitive, my work comes THROUGH me and it’s this expression that is relinquished onto the canvas with every line, brushstroke and droplet of paint.”

Notable clients I’ve designed with include: Warner Bros Studios, Dali Museum and Nestle

I paint uplifting, colorful interpretations of life.
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“Infinite Motion” is a custom commissioned painting, measures 36″ x 80″.

Long Bio (for press)

Deb Breton is best known for her colorful abstracts and expressive portrait paintings. Though Breton is a self-taught painter, she credits her earlier career creating with clients like Warner Bros. Studio’s, Nestle and the Dali Museum for giving her structure in design and color.

As more work was being done on computer, Breton really longed to create with her hands again. So in 2003 she learned to turn, carve and paint wood. This hobby quickly became her profession as her work was appearing in print and being collected globally.

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All of that changed though

In 2010 Deb’s mom came to live with her under hospice care. So, setting up a studio in the room next to her mom, she began painting.  Just as she had drawn and colored as a kid to help her survive a lung condition (she was told she wasn’t going to see her 16th birthday), she found that painting helped her cope with her mom’s passing. 

Full circle

It turns out, Deb found her “Zen” while painting and has been using her passion to express her zest for life. And it’s THIS energy, imbued in her paintings, that light up a room.

 

An avid gardener, birder and hiker, she enjoys good wine and sunshine. Her and her wife of 21 years are tucked in the rolling hills of beautiful wine country, Sonoma County California. Their rescue dog named Ziggy and their geriatric 20-year-old cat are kind enough to let them live with them.