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he beguiling wildlife and field paintings of

Debbie Boon are inspired by two passions;

the sheer joy of bringing a blank canvas to

life through painting, and the delight gained

from observing and representing the striking (and sometimes

quirky) rural characters and vast blue skies of Eastern England.

From hares and hounds to stunning equine portraiture, Debbie’s

large scale, expressive images represent a moment of stillness or

motion through a progression of lustrous colour, light, texture and

movement. Her stated aim in her work is “to reflect life and all its

visual personality.”

Debbie’s latest work has the ability to sit comfortably in both

traditional and contemporary settings and graces the walls of

numerous boutique hotels, including Michael Caine’s signature

restaurant in the Royal Clarence Hotel in Exeter and her celebrity

collectors include John Francome. Over the years she has taught

and lectured in art and held the post of Artist in Residence at

Oundle School. Her work was the choice for the Royal Box at The

Royal Windsor Show and is exhibited at the Concours of Elegance

exhibition which takes place at royal locations including St James’s

Palace, Hampton Court Palace and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.