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Deborah has been painting in oils for over 30 years – sometimes
well and sometimes not so much! Deborah has worked closely
over the years with artists that she admires – Poul Thrane (from
whom she learned the love of painting outdoors and really being in
the moment); Mary Lampman (who beat some solid basics into
her) and Lucy Manley (
who celebrates Deborah’s love of pure
colour and thick paint.)

Deborah has enjoyed great support from the Mattel Corporation,
who hosted a private show; from Deloitte & amp; Touche who allowed
her to work part time to pursue her passion, and from the various
galleries and locations that have shown her work – Gallery on the
Lake, Buckhorn; The Whitby Library, Camp Samac Oshawa, A Gift
of Art Gallery Newcastle, Firehall Bistro Orono, and lastly, from
the Superior Court, Oshawa, who collectively have purchased 14

Deborah’s first choice is always to paint outdoors although that is
becoming more difficult “these days”; imagine painting a barn
scene when you can smell fresh cut hay, or a lakeside landscape

when you can hear the loons calling, always full of delight at the
colours you can find in the forest … exploring all the backroads in
search of inspiration.

If you have a special location or memory that you would like to
see in oils, Deborah does limited commissions.

“I hope you enjoy what you see and that something you gaze at
pulls out a memory and makes you wonder … “


Deborah Bateman
905 242-0587

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