Deborah Zibah’s works on show at Boranup Gallery this season.

$2700 | Bitumen, acrylic, resin and varnish on board, 120x120cm

A work about the fragility of the waterways and river systems and Man’s responsibility to preserve and maintain our precious resources for the future generations.


The Duelists
$7500 (diptych) | Graphite, oil and beeswax medium on board,

Survival of the fittest. The fight for domination in nature is reflected in Man’s
pursuit of supremacy – culturally, socially and economically. Unlike Man, nature does not seek to conceal.

$4500 | Enamel, graphite, oil and beeswax
medium on board, 200x100cm

Darkness cannot exist where there is even a faint glimmer of light – a metaphor for the hope we possess in the trials we encounter in life.

Marri Bianca
$16,950 | Marri wood, 2.1x1x0.53m

Another outstanding masterpiece of exclusive, handcrafted furniture, created by Boranup Gallery.


Surf’s Up
$4500 (diptych) | Fire-burned bitumen,
acrylic, resin, plaster on board

The contours of the beach heave constantly, the waves kept at bay by the unseen hand of the Creator.


Deborah’s passion is the main motivator to best express her subject matter, along with her use of unusual materials and strong, vibrant colour.

0416 220 983,
[email protected]

Boranup Gallery is renowned for its exclusive fine furniture, crafted on site by Australian designer/makers and craftspeople, and using WA timbers.

Represented by
A&A Gallery, 88 Hay Street, Subiaco and 5/1 Leura Avenue, Claremont; Arq Designs, Osborne Park, Perth; Boranup Gallery, Caves Road, Margaret River; Red Umbrella Gallery, South Terrace, Fremantle.

Artist-in-residence, Boranup Gallery, Caves Road, Margaret River

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