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Deborah Phillips

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artist no.
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media:
3D, Jewellery, Mixed media, Painting, Sculpture, Textiles
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07736 907798
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Deborah Phillips Studio/The Sewing Lady
Unit 2
110 High Street
Stalham
Norfolk
NR12 9AU
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Not accessible by wheelchair
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The studio is located on Stalham High Street, directly opposite Stalham Fire Engine House & St Mary's Church, and just before Fairytale Gowns.
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Deborah Phillips is a self taught artist. Having originally trained as a fashion designer & having a background in bridal design, Deborah re found her love of art in 2019 when she first started to make her sculptured busts. The busts slowly began to develop during lockdown with the addition of mirror mosaic glass & then more recently with them being turned into stylish unique lamps with the addition of handmade lampshades. Each of these pieces is completely unique & can be commissioned with a variety of different coloured grouts or different coloured glasses. Lampshades can be covered with an array of fabrics & adorned with any number of decorations; feathers, crystals, pom pom fridges to name but a few.
During lockdown Deborah turned her sights to painting as a way to ease mental health issues. This foray into painting has changed her life. She has found a newfound freedom escaping into her canvases. Originally starting to experiment with fluid art, Deborah soon moved on to working with different mediums, adding texture to her work, & more lately, adding fabrics & threads into her pieces too.
You will find Deborah’s studio on Stalham High Street. The studio doubles up as a sewing shop where Deborah also works on clothing & soft furnishing alterations, as well as still making the occasional garment or two & also making ties, pocket squares & cufflinks from fabrics she has designed.
Occasionally in her down time Deborah can be found upcycling & revamping Lloyd Loom furniture, a lick of paint, the addition of a foam squab, stunning fabrics & voila, a statement piece of furniture is reborn!
Nestled within its modest dimensions, Deborah’s studio becomes a sanctuary, a place where her imagination finds freedom & flourishes. Here, she creates & curates a stunning array of eclectic artwork that reflects the unique tapestry of her soul. Each stroke of colour, each harmonious blend, bears the signature of her unwavering passion. As visitors step into the studio, they witness the manifestation of her artistic evolution. Sculptures emanate an unspoken language, inviting viewers to ponder introspectively. Graceful mosaics, painstakingly crafted from shards of glass, celebrate the beauty found within fragments & imperfections. Within these walls, the art stands as a testimony to resilience, courage, & the unwavering human spirit. In this era of re-evaluation & reinvention, Deborah is steadfastly committed to embracing the full extent of her creative prowess. The art studio is not merely a space for self-indulgence but a haven for fellow souls seeking a connection with authentic, emotive artistry. Come & wander round the art studio & immerse yourself in a tapestry of daring colours, eccentric designs, & boundless imagination.
Step into a world where art breathes life into the essence of our shared humanity, where the journey of self-discovery is emboldened through every brushstroke & mosaic shard.

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