Amid the pandemic crisis, artist Debra Wadlington has made her paintings viewable at her web-based art gallery via DebraWadlingtonArt.blogspot.com
Online PR News – 22-July-2020 – Dallas, Texas – Noting that a gallery show is challenging at best, and banned in many cities due to Covid-19, Wadlington is presenting an array of her paintings in the categories of Western Art, Landscapes, Dancers, and Still Life, for safe and private viewing via the Internet. Wadlington chose the Blogspot platform for her art gallery because the public can view her paintings without creating an account, signing-in or joining a specific group. "The platform is public viewer-friendly," Wadlington states, "and I want the gallery to be available to everyone."
Known as the artist whose style reflects the realism of the cultures of the American West and Southwest, Debra Wadlington's art has appeared in numerous galleries and shows, including the Jamison Gallery in New Mexico and the Museum of Western Art in Texas. Additionally, her paintings hang in the public spaces of politicians and public buildings including the offices of New Mexico's former Lt. Governor and mayors in Artesia, Carlsbad, and Loving, New Mexico, as well as libraries and museums in the Southwest.
Debra Wadlington is a native of New Mexico. She resides in Texas.