A Wildlife Artist –
Feather Art Studio
Welcome to Feather Art Studio, where a husband and wife team work together to share their passion for wildlife and the outdoors through the creation of unique pieces of art. The art is painted by Wildlife artist Deborah Brosen, and is then meticulously framed by her husband John.
Deborah primarily works with acrylic paint. While primarily a wildlife artist, Debbie paints other subject matters as well. She especially enjoys painting pet portraits and capturing the unique personality of each one of them.
Deborah primarily paints on the feathers of wild turkeys that either she or other hunters have legally harvested. She has become widely known for her feather paintings, which can be found in private collections throughout the United States. The realistic, detailed approach she has mastered has made her work highly sought after.
Deborah and John take great pride in the work they do, and consider themselves to be true conservationists. Through donations and sales of their work with hunting and sporting organizations, they have helped raise thousands of dollars to help conserve habitat, provide scholarships for youth to attend environmental camps, and support to wildlife. They work extensively with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. They are both life members of RMEF, are a part of the Capital District Chapter, and support many chapters across the United States with their works of art.