Debbie Korbel is an award-winning artist whose creativity has been applied to various media including painting and sculpture as well as writing television scripts, short-stories and song lyrics. Her sculptures have been exhibited and collected internationally and appeared in movie and television shows.
“Humor, love, beauty, vulnerability, heartbreak— If I can get you to see or feel emotion from something I have created, then I have succeeded in making that human connection. We are no longer strangers; we are of like mind—if even just for a few moments.” She is thrilled to include Steven Tyler, of Aerosmith, as one of her collectors. In 2013, her work received awards in the Spring and Winter issues of Creative Quarterly Magazine. She has been the subject of newspaper and magazine articles, including : The Pasadena Independent, The Monrovia Weekly, and The Arcadia Weekly. She has also been featured in the October 2018 issue of Beautiful Bizarre magazine and Diversions LA magazine and 2019 in Art & Cake Magazine. In 2020 she was featured in American Art Collector and Western Art and Architecture magazine.
Also, in 2018, she won a coveted spot in a global open call, exhibiting in a public art program run by The Garment District Alliance of New York City. Her art was featured on a banner in Times Square. In 2019 Korbel won 2nd place out of over 1900 entries in the Crocker-Kingsley Museum Annual Exhibition at Blue Line Arts. In 2019 she won 1st place in “The Modern Man” show at Bowersock Gallery in Provincetown, MA., and 2nd place in the annual all women art competition in Light, Space & Time magazine. In 2020, she is slated to show more of her work including a solo exhibit at MOAH- Museum of Art & History, Lancaster, CA ; Riverside City College in Riverside, CA; Cal State Los Angeles; Oxnard City College, Oxnard, CA; Sparks Gallery in San Diego ,CA; and the Booth Museum in Cartersville, Georgia, as well as several college and independent gallery shows.
Korbel is a native Californian and works out of her studio in Los Angeles.
Works by Debbie Korbel
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