Deb Kennedy has been an artist and a painter for all of her adult life while also pursuing a career in business and higher education. After spending summers on Cape Cod for more than 20 years, she was finally able to relocate permanently in 2017. She loves the beaches, villages and light on the Cape and is constantly inspired by the beauty of the place she now calls home. Many of the paintings you see are places that she is very familiar with-they are the places that she belongs.
Her work is continually evolving, from years spent painting solely in watercolor to the past several years working in oils, enjoying the texture and the richness of color. She is a Juried Artist at the Cape Cod Art Center, a member and Instructor at the Sandwich Arts Alliance, and an Associate Member of the Oil Painters of America. Deb’s art education has come through master artists and mentors, including Anne Blair Brown, Andrew Kusmin, George Shedd and, most recently, Ed Chesnovitch. She believes that creative pursuits have a way of stretching all aspects of thinking and being and add richness to life.