Debbie Boon is a British painter, based in the East of England, an area that features regularly in her work. Debbie’s art concentrates mainly on wildlife and field paintings in a signature, stylised way. She aims to capture the striking, and often quirky characters of English rural life, as well as its breathtaking landscape. In her work, you’ll see horses, rabbits, dogs, captured with energy, nobility, and respect. It’s easy to feel a sense of the personality of an animal when you see Debbies’ paintings. Her paintings use layers of colour and light to convey texture and movement. This gives an expression to her paintings that always stops you in your tracks. She likes to work with heavy acrylic paints and a variety of glazes. Debbie Boon has illustrated some well-loved children’s books and has worked as a graphic designer. Her original paintings are highly sought-after, gracing the walls of numerous boutique hotels and restaurants. Her prints are limited to an edition size of just 250 and mounted stylishly. Talking about her aims with her art, Debbie said. I aim to reflect the life and all its visual personality.