Debbie Korbel’s work is just what we need…
“Cavalcade of Dreams”
Debbie Korbel and Ellen Rose
Riverside City College
4800 Magnolia Ave.
Riverside, CA 92506
Opening Reception: March 5th, 6-8:30pm
On View Feb. 24 – April 3rd, 2020
Debbie Korbel’s work is what we need in today’s world. Not afraid to stand out or be heard, her work is witty, edgy, relevant, and challenging. Her power to captivate the viewer, make them smile, and feel like they belong resonates with her audience. It is why collectors, including Aerosmith’s Steve Tyler, buy her work. It is why she is showing at Art Palm Springs this weekend and in a two person show “Cavalcade of Dreams” at Riverside City College. Each sculpture is like a puzzle where she finds and fits each seemingly unrelated piece together in its most expressive form in order to create something new. And delightful.
“Her works exude a colorful music, a tumbling bundle of mini explosions. And it’s funny, the same words could be said when describing laughter, which just happens to be one of the elements fueling Debbie’s work.”
Jennifer Susan Jones, Beautiful Bizarre Oct, 2018
Debbie Korbel is an 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.
In 2019 she won first place in The Modern Male Show at Bowersock Gallery. She has been the subject of newspaper and magazine articles, the latest feature article (August 2018) was published in The Pasadena Independent, The Monrovia Weekly, and The Arcadia Weekly. She has been featured in the October 2018 issue of Beautiful Bizarre magazine, Diversions LA magazine and the July 2019 American Art Collector Magazine. She was awarded 2nd place in the 2019 Crocker Kingsley Museum Annual exhibition. She will be exhibiting her work in 2020 in a joint exhibit at MOAH (Museum of Art & History) in Lancaster, CA.