Deborah Fellows

Deborah Fellows

Deborah Copenhaver Fellows was born and raised on a Quarter Horse ranch in northern Idaho.  Her father was a World Class Bronc Rider, and Deborah shared equally in the work on the ranch, giving her a lifelong passion for horses.  She graduated from the Fort Wright College of the Holy Names in Spokane, WA, with a BFA, where her love of sculpting came alive and continues today.

Deborah is recognized throughout the United States for her bronze and silver sculpture.  Deborah’s monumental scale work, created from 1971 to present, has been commissioned for the U. S. Capitol, University of Texas, the State of Montana, Inland Northwest Vietnam Veterans, the Kaiser Corporation and the Helca Mining Company in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.  Her first monument was the Bing Crosby Memorial commissioned by Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. 

Deborah has continued to study sculpture and art history in the United States, Italy, France and Greece.  Her natural talent and intuitiveness for what is correct has been strengthened by many years of study.  Deborah lives with her CAA artist husband Fred Fellows at their home and studio in Arizona.  She is represented by Trailside Galleries (Jackson, WY) and Big Horn Galleries (Cody WY and Tubac, AZ).

Biting Off More Than He Can Chew by Deborah FellowsBiting Off More Than He Can Chew

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