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Deborah Batt Biography
Art has been the focus of Deborah’s life for as long as she can recall. She has developed a reputation for colourful, structured and adventurous work. Self-taught, she has not been influenced by any school of thought or method, an important factor in her development as an artist, creating a style which is truly innovative and free flowing, a juxtaposition of colour form and shape.
 
Education:
Exhibiting for some years now, her work is held in private and corporate collections worldwide. She is an elected member of the Fine Art Trade Guild, The National Acrylic Painters Association and The National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers
 
Single Exhibitions:
Selected Exhibitions

Richeson 75 Still Life & Abstract Juried Exhibition Richeson Gallery, Wisconsin, US
National Acrylic Painters Association Exhibition, View Two Gallery, Liverpool.
Art at the Claremont, The Claremont Hotel, Brighton & Hove.
Highgate Gallery, Highgate, London.
Cork Street Open Art Exhibition, The Gallery in Cork Street, London (2008, 2011).
Sefton Open, The Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport.
Ideas Bank, Exhibition, Slough Museum.
Reorsa Artists Projects, Art walk and Exhibition, Bracknell.
National Society Annual Exhibition, Menier Gallery, London.
Folkes Miller Fine Art, Little St Mary’s, Long Melford, Suffolk.
National Acrylic Painters Association Exhibition, Ludlow Art Gallery, Ludlow, Shropshire.
Riverside Gallery, Barnes, London.
Liberté d´Expression Contemporary Art Competition.
National Acrylic Painters Association Exhibition, The Mariners Gallery, Cornwall.
National Acrylic Painters Association Exhibition, Obsidian Art, Buckinghamshire.
KARAVAN - art in situ - Reigate, Surrey.
Arthousestudios , Nottingham.
National Society Exhibition, The Atrium Gallery, London.
Shrewsbury Open Art Competition, Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery.
Londonart.co.uk, Art of Love Exhibition ,Oxo Tower Wharf , London.
Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, Bath Society of Artists Annual Exhibition .
Blue Wing Gallery - Padstow, Cornwall.
National Acrylic Painters Association Exhibition, Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Birkenhead, Merseyside.
Love in Art - Arndean Gallery, Cork St, London .
Barriers, Apex Gallery, Portsmouth.
National Acrylic Painters Association Exhibition , Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Gallery.

Memberships

National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers
National Acrylic Painters Association
Axis

Publications

Richeson 75 Still Life & Abstract Competition Catalogue 2011
Richeson 75 Small Works Competition Catalogue 2011
Cork Street Open Exhibition Catalogue ( 2008, 2011)
London International Creative Competition 2010 Catalogue
Book Cover . Cengage LearningCork Street Open Art Exhibition (catalogue 2008)
NAPA International Exhibition ( catalogue 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007,2008,2009)
Shrewsbury Open Art Competition - Future Landscapes - ( catalogue 2005 )
Art of Love (catalogue 2004,2005)
Art Business Today
Artist Newsletter
Galleries
Barriers (catalogue)
Reading Chronicle
Cornish Guardian
Wokingham Times
Basingstoke Gazette
Who's who in Art
BritArt Directory
Awards
Richeson 75 Small Works Competition 2011 “Meritorious Entry”
Artslant Juried Winner 2010
Shortlisted for London International Creative Competition™ (LICC) 2010
2009 NAPA Exhibition Liquitex Award
2007 NAPA Exhibition Presidents Award
2006 NAPA Exhibition, Pro Arte Award
2006 NAPA Exhibition Presidents Award
2000 NAPA Exhibition Fine Art Trade Guild Award for,
Consistent High Standard in a Group of Works


 
Artist's Statement:
I’ve always loved colour and for me that is the source of abstract art and its openness to interpretation you don’t have to mimic reality. I want to retain the viewers attention draw them in and generate a response. There are different types of abstract art some with recognisable forms of subject matter. My work is mainly non- objective, purely about design, composition and form. The overall composition or design of a painting is what guides the viewer's eye .My subject is the painting itself.