Artist Statement
I create images using three new art forms. I am fueled by my passion for life and artistic expression, motivating me to integrate themes of hope, life, peace and the sacred into my art.

In my first body of work, I stage basic materials, such as cloth, metal, rubber, and my original fusion glass works. I photograph them with my 35 mm camera, then transform them into a new artistic reality through a lengthy process that evolved over time.

In my second, starting with a blank screen, I create precision works of art through extensive play with pixels.

And, thirdly, I create works incorporating one or more round or elliptical images, using one or both of the above processes. The rich and varied symbolism of such elements inspires me.


When my works are formally copyrighted, they have been in development for a lengthy time.

My original limited edition works are produced to the highest standards using fine museum-quality materials. They are hand-signed, numbered, and dated, and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. They are available within the editions stated on the certificate. They are printed by the artist, or under her direct supervision.

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 she experienced at a very young age a variety of art forms and mediums. In her teens she audited figure drawing classes under Seymour Rosofsky at City Colleges of Chicago. She loved to draw still life subjects, Victorian homes, and historic buildings. Later, under 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 works. These large works marked the beginning of her journey into creating contemporary art.

For the past nine years Deborah has immersed herself in new art forms. Her original style of photographic art evolved over many years. It acts as a foundation for the development of her non-photographic original limited editions. Through her artistic voice and love of art and life, she explores the world and herself through her art.

 


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Artist's Statement & Biography

Artist Statement
I create images using three new art forms. I am fueled by my passion for life and artistic expression, motivating me to integrate themes of hope, life, peace and the sacred into my art.

In my first body of work, I stage basic materials, such as cloth, metal, rubber, and my original fusion glass works. I photograph them with my 35 mm camera, then transform them into a new artistic reality through a lengthy process that evolved over time.

In my second, starting with a blank screen, I create precision works of art through extensive play with pixels.

And, thirdly, I create works incorporating one or more round or elliptical images, using one or both of the above processes. The rich and varied symbolism of such elements inspires me.


When my works are formally copyrighted, they have been in development for a lengthy time.

My original limited edition works are produced to the highest standards using fine museum-quality materials. They are hand-signed, numbered, and dated, and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. They are available within the editions stated on the certificate. They are printed by the artist, or under her direct supervision.

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 she experienced at a very young age a variety of art forms and mediums. In her teens she audited figure drawing classes under Seymour Rosofsky at City Colleges of Chicago. She loved to draw still life subjects, Victorian homes, and historic buildings. Later, under 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 works. These large works marked the beginning of her journey into creating contemporary art.

For the past nine years Deborah has immersed herself in new art forms. Her original style of photographic art evolved over many years. It acts as a foundation for the development of her non-photographic original limited editions. Through her artistic voice and love of art and life, she explores the world and herself through her art.

 


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