In most cases Debbie’s original paintings sell faster than she can paint them, so by popular demand we are making this piece available in both a Fine Art Premium Canvas Wraps (otherwise known as a Giclee) are printed directly onto museum-quality canvas material using high-quality archival inks. Showing the texture. Comes stretched and wired ready to hang on a 1-1/2 canvas wrap. Giclee- (Jee-Clay) a technology for fine art or photograph reproduction using a high-quality inkjet printer to make individual copies. Or you can select a Fine art Paper Print on Kodak ENDURA Glossy, a professional photo paper with a glossy finish. This paper is like the quality that you see at my art shows.
Please note: When adding a mat to your print the overall size will be larger by 1" around and will require you to have a custom frame made. At the art shows all of Debbie's matted prints fit into standard sizes. For your convenience we have added an option to order a black or white frame for your piece. If ever you have questions or concerns give us a call (408) 370-7278
The Story behind Debbie’s Twitterpated Series
Recently I dated a man I have known for over 30 years. We have always been good friends. When we started dating, I felt like a 17-year-old again. He took me on a ton of dates to dinner, a concert, coffee... We really enjoy each other’s company. One day I was visiting my sister in law and brother and her mother looked at me while I was sharing the story of a recent date. Ulamae, said to me “Honey. Your Twitterpated” I said WHAT? What is that word???? Just the word alone sparked my imagination.
Ulamae explained that ‘Twitterpated’ means to feel happy jumpy feeling you get that causes you to smile uncontrollably. Excited or overdone by romantic feelings: smitten- to be strongly attracted to someone or something. 1942: first used in the movie Bambi.
Right then and there I envisioned a whole new series that I would paint.
It all began in Healdsburg California, Hot off the brush, Debbie Arambula, The Heart Artist combines hearts and flowers in her newest paintings, using a 3D Relief technique (a relief is a wall-mounted sculpture in which the 3D elements are raised from a flat based.)
The painting has been brewing for many years…. maybe about 10 years. Come to think of it, maybe all my life, come to think of it. I remember I walked into a gallery in Yountville, CA and saw this AMAZING painting that just stopped me in my tracks… I was fascinated at the texture the movement the emotion coming off the canvas. I just knew that someday I would create using as much texture.
I am passionate about pulling people out of any negative thoughts and surrounding the heart with love, joy and happiness, I am thinking this series might just have that effect.
From my Twittepated Heart to yours,