She spent many years travelling until in 2002 she decided to finally settle in the UK, living first in Kent, and moving later to London. In her work there are couples dancing, athletes stretching their bodies and a whole world of joy where fun prevails over all.
these refer to how the human being has turned its back on insanity and prostitution, sending children to war. “When I suffer or get depressed I can’t work and my work doesn’t come to completion” ”By expressing myself through colours I would like to transcend the turbulence and darkness of my most painful experiences”.
The large canvasses put an emphasis on the freedom of women and their ability to enjoy womanhood be they truly dull or hyper sexy women. There are a few pictures of women viewed from behind;
Deborah Esses currently lives in London where she has her studio and gallery. http://deborahesses.com
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