Deborah Azzopardi was born in 1958 in Golders Green, London. Early in her career, Deborah Azzopardi was a licensee to The Walt Disney Company. She started painting in her 20’s, after having her first child.

Following a short illness she devoted her life to her family and art, saying “I have always enjoyed art but didn’t have the opportunity to study when I was younger. Life was about survival.” Deborah works in the style of Pop Art, utilizing flat cartoon-like imagery and bright color in a manner stylistically similar to American artists Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. Deborah Azzopardi’s distinctive features are her use of basic, bold colors, resulting in large-scale compositions that critics have called lively, provoking and humorous.

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