WAOWing the Centennial State / Hughbanks, Debbie
Women Artists of the West
7/06/2013 - 7/28/2013
Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park

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Hughbanks, Debbie

Debbie Hughbanks

Ready and Waiting
pastel
9" x 19"
$1250.00

I paint because I must paint. The creation of art is a passion, a need and a desire that I feel I must meet on some
level every day whether it is simply planning the composition of the next work in my mind or placing the finishing
touches on the pastel or painting I have had in progress for days. My inspirations come from the animals, people
and surroundings that I love . . . for I find I am passionate about these things, as well, and want to be able to
share them with others through my work. My hope is that the joy I feel in the creation of each piece will come
through to those who view my art and that something in a particular painting will speak to each viewer on a very
personal level. Who could ask for more as an artist?