The Heart Artist Unveiling Message of Love to 14,000

I am so EXCITED I can’t even begin to tell you!!! Plus  you will have a chance to win a  free art print of a new release coming soon! Join Below: For your chance to Win a Free, Hand-signed print of ‘BELIEVE’ in my upcoming Free Drawing!

On Sunday, March 6th, 14,000 enthusiastic supporters gathered together at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, for Susan G. KomenRace for the Cure” Los Angeles County and together they raised successfully over 1.5 million dollars!!!

Debbie Marie, Steve & Katie Arambula at "Inspirational Vortex", Susan G. Komen "Race for the Cure", Dodger Stadium
Debbie Marie, Steve & Katie Arambula create an "Inspirational Vortex", Susan G. Komen "Race for the Cure", Dodger Stadium

Steve, Katie & I were invited to help create an artistic oasis to bring more beauty to the race, and so we created an art booth that I called the “Inspiration Vortex”. Centrally located in the race, it was visual inspiration for the 14,000 participants of the race.  We were there to inspire and bring more beauty to the Dodger Stadium Parking lot and I was also invited to unveil of my newest, secret, work of heart.

Later that morning, during the opening ceremonies dedicated to the Survivors of Breast Cancer, I was asked to come on stage, with our daughter Katie, to get ready to unveil my newest piece. Standing in the back section of the stage alongside the musicians, I waited for my queue to come to the front and center of the stage. This, in itself, was an amazing, emotional experience. I cannot begin to describe in words how it felt to be the Featured Artist, the one chosen to share my heart nakedly in front of 14,000 people.

Holding back my tears and trying to stay composed, I watched the front 6 rows of survivors listen to the inspirational speech being communicated to all.  I was overwhelmed with emotions, remembering what it was like to be intricately connected to the journey that my best friend, Erin, whom I lost 8 years ago, went through, and realizing the strength, love & support that this piece of art could potentially give to the survivors to nourish their souls in this journey; this battle of war. I was humbled that I was the one chosen to breathe a new type of life-energy into a war type of subject.

As I stood there my eyes swelled with tiny tears of joy, honor and a swarm of emotions  ran through my heart as I recalled how, within the last three months I had gotten many signs &  messages one after another, that this was the time  to birth my heart art painting, Believe, using its love energy to sprinkle massive amounts of joy to women worldwide. This moment was the particular moment I was being led to.

As I was called to center stage and I looked out at 14,000 people who were wondering & waiting for the mystery to unfold, I was affectionately introduced as Debbie, The Heart Artist, by the Jerri Johnson, a 10 year survivor and Chairperson for this event, noting to the crowd that this was created for the survivors.

Waiting for the Unveiling

As the brown satin material fell to the ground, Believe was revealed, causing the crowd to take a collective gasp before erupting into cheers of joy & applause.

Can you imagine what 14,000 people looking at you looking at them, looks like? Can you imagine how emotional it was to be on stage, looking out at a sea of wonderful people, all a part of such an enthusiastic team spirit of support? AMAZING!

Believe is dedicated to my Soul Sister & best friend of 35 years Erin Bray-Holt, and to the survivors as an inspiring message of unconditional love and spiritual empowerment for their journey.

Sunday, March 6th was the most humbling and honorable experience to say the least!

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Survivors Looking at the Unveiling of "Believe" Heart Art
"Survivors" looking at the Unveiling of "Believe" Heart Art

17 thoughts on “The Heart Artist Unveiling Message of Love to 14,000

  1. Oh Debbie!!! I am sooooo excited and happy for you and your family to have an experience like that! What a life-changing moment!!! How lucky we are to have the moments we do but when they can be that inspiring…..priceless!! Many blessings to you!


  2. Debbie Marie Arambula…you are long overdue for this huge humbling and honorable experience. Always endlessly
    pouring your love and care into everything you do. I am
    so happy for you and so very proud of you. Love you,
    Annie Tremblay


    1. MY Annie,
      You are the sweet butterfly of my soul, the Gardner of my heart! My sweet sister, I would never have made it this far without you. NEVER! You fill my soul with bright light every day!
      Love you,


  3. I am so glad you did this…it is such a wonderful cause & your art is such an inspiration to everyone. I love this piece already & have only seen the little sneak peek. I was 26 when I lost my sister who was only 29 to Breast Cancer….she was my best friend, best sister anyone could ask for, maid of honor @ my wedding & would have been the best aunt my girls could have had, unfortunately she was taken too soon. I love you for doing this & you know how much I LLOOVVEE your work & this would be a wonderful addition…every room in our house has a piece of your art!
    Love you guys! ♥ Kim, Chris, Caitlyn & JOrdyn


  4. Dearest Debbie,
    I am so delighted for you to have had this awesome experience. I can’t even imagine how you must have felt! What an honor for you and for the folks in the audience to have been the first to see your new piece. I didn’t know about your friend Erin; I’m so sorry you suffered such a loss. All those things we are a part of (through our lives) shape us into what we are and what we will be. You definitely are the “heart artist” not only for what you impart on the canvas, but also for what you impart in our lives with your caring and loving ways. Congratulations Debbie!
    Gail Reichelt


    1. Hi Gail,
      Thank you! Yes it was quite amazing! It felt like loving a huge amount of people with compassion, care, beauty and light all wrapped up in a gold bow of inspirational energy unconditionally given to the audience all at one time. I will post a video on what it sounded like when the crowd cheered for joy. Thanks cousin. Love you and wish you the best.


  5. Hello Debbie
    I am so full of pride and joy for your breakthrough into becoming who you really are. Your passion for spreading love and joy through your art and with the added sparkle of both your and Steve’s personality (I must not forget Katie and Nick)is an inspiration to those of us who want to make a difference in the world. You are truly a pioneer artist with your own special style and a regal leader with quite a message that this world desperately needs. HUGS, Heather (your very special soul sister)


  6. Debbie,
    What a wonderful thing you and Steve have done. I did not see the whole painting and I am sure that all of us who have had the dreaded disease are grateful for your time and energy–from the heart!!! My best friend Sue also died from it and the journey is long and arduous. Thank you for your generous love expressed in you wonderful paintings.


    1. Hi Barbara, Thank you for being such a great fan of my heartworks! It takes incredible courage and strength when it comes to surviving anything. I was put here on this earth to bring more love, light and joy and despite the ugliness of the subject matter, I hope to inspire one heart at a time. I am glad that you support me in my efforts to inspire survivors! Thank you! Together we are soul sisters in the game of Expanding LOVE!


  7. Hey Debbie and Steve! What an amazing experience. No, I can’t imagine what 14,000 (x2) eyes would be like to stare into. Thank you both for the great way you touch people through your gifts of art. I can’t wait to see the unveiling!


  8. Debbie,

    When you unveiled your painting at the Komen race for the Cure, it really touched me! As a 2 year breast cancer survivor, I have to Believe, that I will be ok. I would love to have the painting hanging above my bed, so I can remind myself everyday to Believe.


    1. Betty,
      Seeing the picture of you standing next to my painting made me cry with joy! I am glad that it inspires you as much as you inspire me! Thank you So much! Hope you sign up for my drawing for a chance to win.


  9. Hi there Debbie,
    I so enjoy the little glimpse I have seen of your art!
    It is so uplifting and satisfying to my spirit.
    I am the Co-Chair for the Relay For Life of North Valley at PVCC which will be held on April 8th this year. It is a 12 hour event incorporating over 450 participants with cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers and those that just want to give back and fight cancer. Please check out our website above and if you can make it to the Relay – we would love to have you join us!
    I look forward to seeing more of your inspirational pieces. Thank you for all you do to make the world lovlier. ^_^


  10. Hi Debbie & Steve, I am so excited to see the release of “Believe”. My mother is a breast cancer survivor for 3 years now = ) Thank you so much for supporting breast cancer in such a beautiful way. I have been blessed & uplifted in so many ways by all of your artwork (paintings, mirror art,jewelry, & cards). Luv & hugs, Ingrid (your friend from Louisiana) ❤


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