“As usual, Deborah Azzopardi‘s wholly original style mixes the trend of the traditional, with the contemporary, with a story.
An original retro rotary dial corded telephone from the 1970s is held by a woman.
Who is she?
She is you; she is me.
Who is she talking to?
Her mother, her lover, her friend, you, me.
Blah blah blah blah, we hear chatter that’s familiar; irrelevant, insincere, boring, time-consuming babble, proving life’s too short to jaw when there’s shopping to do and lovers to love!
More than a painting, it’s real life.
Rarely does Azzopardi sell a painting that has been published. Anyone can have a print, not everyone ‘the’ original. Why keep your money in the bank, when it’ll look prettier on your wall.” Art Review by Estelle Lovatt FRSA