The Painted Ladies collection was created in 1988, as a study in fashion and female form. The collection includes a series of 20 each 9 x 12, mixed media, watercolor marker, permanent marker, and ink pen paintings on art paper. Prior to 1993, I went by my maiden name of Kiser, which can be seen in the signature as Deborah Kiser, and is displayed on all the work produced in this collection. Since then, I have been married, and now go by the name Deborah Marsh, of Debbie’s Living Canvas, and Deborah Marsh Fine Art.
Paint pouring is a popular and innovative way to use acrylic paints to create an art piece. Brushes and knives are not necessary with this technique of painting. The use of pouring devices, gels, surfaces, and varying movements while pouring the medium onto the surface, is what makes these paintings so colorful and unique.
What Inspires Me
I see life as an eclectic mass of layers, textures, and colors.
The depth and intrinsic details are what makes life’s experience so unique and beautiful.
How light and dark reflect off those layers is what brings emotion to the surface and incites me to somehow see more than what is in front me.
It’s what keeps me hopeful, interested, and challenged.
It’s what keeps me going.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Beauty is what you choose to see. “Everything has beauty but not everyone sees it” – Confucius. I choose to see beauty and to provide opportunities to beauty in my work.
Deborah Marsh currently showcases her paintings at the Vertigo Art Gallery in Phoenix, AZ, in the heart of the Phoenix Art District. Check out the Events page for updates on current and past exhibits.
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