Seeing Your Soul Through the Eyes of An Artist

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:CONTACT: Katie ArambulaHeartworks Studio, Inc(408) 370-7278Kate@heartworksgallery.comwww.debbiearambula.com

Debbie Arambula Heart Portriats Anne Marie and Michaels HeartSeeing Your Soul Through The Eyes Of An Artist Somerset, New Jersey, March 22, 2017 Internationally collected, famous for her soulful Heart Art and Flower paintings, Debbie Arambula, celebrated for her public artworks, such as the “Hearts in San Francisco,” and her signature-style custom Heart Portraits that capture the essence of a person or a family in the form of heart, is making the Garden State one of her stops on her Nationwide “Living the Dream Through Art” Tour.

The Heart Artist, as she is affectionately known by her collectors, is well-known for her high-spirited paintings that are displayed proudly in homes throughout the world. You can’t help but be immediately struck by the bright colors and positive energy that permeates her work. Contemporary master of color, she paints with oil, acrylic & mixed media on canvas and on glassware.

 

Arambula and her work have been featured on high-profile television programs such as “Good Morning Arizona” and “Fox 5 News” in Las Vegas, and in publications such as the San Francisco Chronicle, Entertainment Magazine, Los Angeles Times, San Jose Mercury News, Romantic Homes Magazine and Décor Magazine.
Painting more than what meets the eye is her passion. Connecting and drawing out the unique personalities of the individual in her signature style “Heart Portraits”, a highly personalized work of art that reflects the essence and energy of an individual, a couple or a family, is not your average portrait! Arambula explains, “It is as if I am listening to their heart and seeing into their soul. During such conversations, I take “notes” in a myriad of brilliant shades, brushstrokes and textures on a small canvas and then transform the “notes” to a one-of-a-kind grand painting on an enormous canvas. Collectors feel that I have given them the ability to see their soul through the eyes of an artist.  Their emotional response to the finished work is priceless.”

 On March 24, 25 and 26 Debbie will join hundreds of artists, crafters, and exhibitors to show and sell their works at the Sugarloaf Craft Festival at the Garden State Exhibit Center in central New Jersey, where you can expect to see her colorful collection of happy art works that she brought all the way from California on her Nationwide’ Living the Dream Through Art Tour”. Along with her new series, ‘United We Stand’ Patriotic Heart Art, you can also see her elegant sunflowers, tulips & peonies.  Featured on high-profile ABC and NBC affiliates, radio and magazines for the past 21 years Arambula has been Awarded as ‘Featured Artist’ in art shows across the country. Recently signing a contract with the number one art licensing company in the world, Arambula tours the USA participating in the top art shows in the country with her two business partners, her husband (Production Manager) and their daughter (Business Manager) in her 32 RV with her 16 foot art studio in tow. This family is living the dream in full color.

If you like art, you’ll be crazy about the “Heartworks” by Debbie Marie Arambula” – SJ Mercury News

Interviews available for additional information about “The Heart Artist” Debbie Arambula, contact Kate Arambula or visit http://www.debbiearambula.com

 

 

 

 

WHAT:                  Sugarloaf Craft Festival

WHEN:                  March 24, 25, 26

Garden State Exhibit Center

50 Atrium Drive Somerset,

New Jersey, 08873

TIME:                     Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 10am-5pm

COST:                   Adults: $8 on line $10.00 at the door, Kids Free under 12 and Free parking

INFO:                     Visit www.sugarloaffestival.com for tickets and information

 

 

 

As a performing dancer at the age of 3, Debbie began her career of bringing smiles to the hearts of many while winning first place in a Baby Beauty contest in San Jose California. By five she was making colorful gifts of art for her family using scraps heart shaped tissue paper on recycled wood until she discovered that dance performance on stage would attract considerably more attention. It was not till the age of 35 she would uncover her deepest passion for dancing with her hands and fingers on canvas as her life calling.

Today her heart works uplift, inspire and bring hope to the lives of collectors worldwide. Whether painting a family of hearts, a sunflower or Tuscan Landscape you can be sure that she pours her heart & soul into everything she creates! Award winning artist Debbie Arambula is internationally collected & known for her exuberant colorful heart paintings and generous community & public art projects to groups like Hospice of the Valley, American Heart Association, Artists’ for Human Rights, Boulder City Hospital, Hearts in San Francisco Foundation, SF General Hospital, and Citizens Commission for Human Rights.

Debbie has been interviewed extensively in press and media nationwide to an estimated 10 million people. She has been seen on NBC and ABC affiliates in major West Coast cities, KRON TV, Entertainment Magazine, Good Day Sacramento, Good Morning Scottsdale, Fox 5 in Las Vegas, ABC, NBC, Newstalk 550 Arizona Radio. Debbie has also been featured in Romantic Homes Magazine-National, SF Chronicle, LA Times, and San Jose Mercury News, Homes by the Sea, Décor Magazine and dozens of others.

Commissioned by 1000’s of people across the world, she is best known for her signature style Heart Portraits, wherein she captures the essence of couples, families & individuals, celebrating them on canvas! www.debbiearambula.com

 

 

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