As a native of Atlanta, Debbie Ezell has spent a lifetime creating art inspired by the region rich in beauty, culture and diversity. While working in education, she dedicated her time creating and illustrating curriculum for individuals recognized as exceptionally gifted and talented, in 2010 she began to turn her attention towards developing a unique “Non Objective Visual Language".
Ezell's current work evokes the natural and the organic through use of oils, acrylics and various tools for mark making to synthesize shape, line and nuanced passages of color. She is influenced by a wide-range of artists, from masters such as Cézanne, Monet and John Singer Sargent to contemporary painters like Joan Mitchell, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline and Agnes Martin. Ezell currently lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia.