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Deborah Fellows
A Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist


Deborah Fellows Where the Sun Goes
Where the Sun Goes (7 of 30)
Deborah Fellows
26" x 18.5" x 11"

The sculpture above appears in the
2016 A Timeless Legacy
exhibit and sale.

Deborah Fellows
Deborah Fellows is a horsewoman, raised on a cattle ranch in northern Idaho. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Fine Art major following undergraduate study in Italy where her passion for sculpture came alive.

In the post Vietnam era Deborah won competitions to create veterans memorials i.e. Inland Northwest Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Montana State Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Washington State Korean War Memorial. At the same time she was creating many monumental portrait sculptures i.e. Bing Crosby, Adolf Coors, Henry Kaiser, James Irvine, and a corporate commission for Boy Scouts of America.

In 2014, she completed a monument for the state of Arizona of Barry Goldwater to stand in Statuary Hall at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C.

She lives with her husband Fred Fellows on their horse ranch in Arizona and now prefers sculpting the western heritage that she knows so well and came from. Through her subtle realistic depictions, she documents the west.

In 2008, Deborah was inducted into the National Sculpture Society and the Cowgirl Hall Of Fame in 2009.



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