Artist Statement
I aspire to imbue each work of art with a message, and colors and shapes that empower. I rally behind distinctive themes of human emotion and optimism. I am fueled by my love for artistic expression, and innovative art.

My passion for new art forms began 10 years ago when I photographed basic metals, cloth, rubber, glass and water. Then, transformed these photographs into compelling, luminous works of art. Subtle nuances in the materials influenced the work. Distinctive themes of empowerment and love emerged.

Over the years my appreciation for new art forms has deepened and expanded. I conceive of art extemporaneously, and from my original sketches starting from a blank screen. It is freeing and creatively inspiring for me to work with, and without, photographs.

All limited edition works are hand-signed, numbered, dated, and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. They are produced to the highest standards using fine museum-quality materials.


Exhibitions:
Artexpo New York [SOLO], New York, New York
Spectrum Miami - Contemporary Art Show

 

Biography
Deborah’s childhood home in Chicago was filled with fine art, classical music and literature. Her mother, a Juillard-educated concert pianist, nurtured Deborah's passion for art by giving and organizing concerts at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago in the 1970's. Entranced by these performances and the art on display at the museum, Deborah spent many years exploring the synergy of contemporary art and avant-garde music.

Deborah's formal art education began at the prestigious Francis W. Parker School, where at a very young age she experienced a variety of art forms and mediums. In high school she audited figure drawing classes under Seymour Rosofsky at City Colleges of Chicago.  Later, she drew still life subjects, Victorian homes, and historic buildings. Under the tutelage of Joseph Zirker at Stanford University's summer program, she produced monotypes where the use of huge flatbed presses was instrumental in her production of larger art.

Today, Deborah creates contemporary art using innovative art forms. The intricate, often lengthy, development process begins with her photographs of basic materials, such as metal, rubber, cloth, and glass. She transforms these into passionate works of art.

A large body of this photographic work was a segue into what Deborah calls “play with pixels” art, in which she creates from a blank screen, either extemporaneously or from her original sketches. Inspiration finds her as she immerses herself in the process. She is fueled by a passion for life, and artistic expression, and motivated to integrate themes of hope, love, peace and the sacred into her art.

For more than 10 years Deborah has traveled throughout the United States, producing art. She recently settled in central Florida with her husband where she is dedicated to the creation of inspirational works in “new art form” genre.

 “Art frees and consumes me at the same time.” Deborah Ann Haines


 


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Artist's Statement & Biography

Artist Statement
I aspire to imbue each work of art with a message, and colors and shapes that empower. I rally behind distinctive themes of human emotion and optimism. I am fueled by my love for artistic expression, and innovative art.

My passion for new art forms began 10 years ago when I photographed basic metals, cloth, rubber, glass and water. Then, transformed these photographs into compelling, luminous works of art. Subtle nuances in the materials influenced the work. Distinctive themes of empowerment and love emerged.

Over the years my appreciation for new art forms has deepened and expanded. I conceive of art extemporaneously, and from my original sketches starting from a blank screen. It is freeing and creatively inspiring for me to work with, and without, photographs.

All limited edition works are hand-signed, numbered, dated, and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. They are produced to the highest standards using fine museum-quality materials.


Exhibitions:
Artexpo New York [SOLO], New York, New York
Spectrum Miami - Contemporary Art Show

 

Biography
Deborah’s childhood home in Chicago was filled with fine art, classical music and literature. Her mother, a Juillard-educated concert pianist, nurtured Deborah's passion for art by giving and organizing concerts at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago in the 1970's. Entranced by these performances and the art on display at the museum, Deborah spent many years exploring the synergy of contemporary art and avant-garde music.

Deborah's formal art education began at the prestigious Francis W. Parker School, where at a very young age she experienced a variety of art forms and mediums. In high school she audited figure drawing classes under Seymour Rosofsky at City Colleges of Chicago.  Later, she drew still life subjects, Victorian homes, and historic buildings. Under the tutelage of Joseph Zirker at Stanford University's summer program, she produced monotypes where the use of huge flatbed presses was instrumental in her production of larger art.

Today, Deborah creates contemporary art using innovative art forms. The intricate, often lengthy, development process begins with her photographs of basic materials, such as metal, rubber, cloth, and glass. She transforms these into passionate works of art.

A large body of this photographic work was a segue into what Deborah calls “play with pixels” art, in which she creates from a blank screen, either extemporaneously or from her original sketches. Inspiration finds her as she immerses herself in the process. She is fueled by a passion for life, and artistic expression, and motivated to integrate themes of hope, love, peace and the sacred into her art.

For more than 10 years Deborah has traveled throughout the United States, producing art. She recently settled in central Florida with her husband where she is dedicated to the creation of inspirational works in “new art form” genre.

 “Art frees and consumes me at the same time.” Deborah Ann Haines


 


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