On The Edge
Debbie's Work: Impedance in Slumber was chosen to be shown at the historic Vendue Art Hotel at 19 Vendue Range, Charleston, SC 29401.
May 22 - June 13, 2022
During the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina.
At a Crossroads
February 15 - March 31, 2022. Debbie exhibited her work,
"Dark Streets". #CrossroadsNawa
Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention
January 14th - 16th 2022
Group Show. Space Window, Earth and Moon received 3d place Science Fiction Category.
Edited by Richard Fife
This is the yearly anthology for JordanCon only this year they have included illustrations by many SF illustrators. "Dark Streets" by Debbie Hughes was included in this edition. © 2022
April 23rd -24th 2022
Debbie was proud to be a part of JordanCon this year and showed over 14 paintings and 41 prints as part of their group annual show. She had to wait 2 years though due to Covid. This year the annual JordanCon show was double in size after a minimal crowd size in 2021. In addition, the Wheel of Time series became a hit TV series. It was nice to be a part of a wonderful Group of people once again.
National Association of Women Artists, Inc.
132nd Annual Exhibition
was held Oct. 16 -23 2021 at
ONE ART SPACE
23 Warren Street, (Tribeca), New York, NY 10007
Debbie Received the Bernadette Award for
"Impedance in Slumber"
October 1 - December 30, 2020
The Dreaming Tree
This exhibit would have been at the main headquarters in NYC but due to covid, the exhibit works were online.
Grand Central Library, NYPL
135 East 46th Street, New York, NY 10017
Group Show. March 1st - September 2020
Debbie was interviewed by Discon III who will be holding the 2021 World Con 2021. In this interview Debbie talks about her background, her influences, her struggles as a woman illustrator in the SF Field and her upcoming projects. Please check it out on Youtube.
This exhibit was held from March 1st to the end of September 2020. It was originally going to end in May, but due to Covid all public buildings were closed indefinitely. I was actually worried I would perhaps not see my painting again. After the pandemic subsided in NYC, my painting was returned.
You can still check out all works on line at the NAWA website.
"Seasons of Wither" won an honorable Mention at this show. There were a total of 4 awards.
Debbie Hughes is the winner of the 2020 Chesley Award for her Unpublished color work:
The Raven, the Wolf and the Maiden.
Discon III Interview on YouTube
This painting was completed in 2019, it is part of a series of works that Debbie is working on that center on folk tales and myths. She hopes to have a compilation of over 30 works for a illustrated book by the end of 2022. Please check back for updates because Debbie is intent on doing a Kickstarter campaign once the works are done.
This award was presented on October 24th 2020.
Debbie's work was featured in the 2020 December issue of Utopia Magazine where she was interviewed by the Editor Tristan Evarts. This is a very in depth interview with many of Debbie's published and unpublished works.