Fine Art painter Debra Wadlington, native to, and long-time resident of New Mexico has relocated to the Piney Woods, east of Dallas,Texas.
Online PR News – 31-July-2020 – Dallas, Texas – Debra Wadlington began her art career in her home state where her achievements include a Bachelor of Science in Art and a Masters in Elementary Education. She taught at primary and secondary grade levels in addition to her position as an adjunct Professor of Art, teaching college students.
As an artist Debra Wadlington is known for her brush-stroke finesse of expressing movement with color… a talent keenly exhibited in her paintings of traditional Spanish and Mexican dancers. “Dancers” is one of Wadlington’s topics in her gallery that reflect the history, cultures, and lifestyles of the American West, including horses, cowboys riding and roping, stagecoaches, landscapes, and still life… all captured on canvas with the realism that Wadlington is passionate about. Her art is displayed in government offices, public libraries, museums, and galleries throughout the Southwest, including Hobbs Library in New Mexico, Jamison Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico and the Museum of Western Art, Kerrville, Texas. Award-winning art include “Amarilla,” the winning entry at the Llano Estacado Art Show in Hobbs, New Mexico and “First Embrace,” Best in Show at Carlsbad Area Art Show.
In relocating to Holly Lake Ranch,Texas, Debra Wadlington opened an Online Gallery: Debra Wadlington Art. The aforementioned award-winning paintings are in her gallery for public viewing. She chose Blogspot as the platform for her gallery because it is viewer-friendly; joining a group or signing-in is not required. Debra welcomes correspondence via her Online gallery site at https://DebraWadlingtonArt.blogspot.com