About the Artist, Deborah Marsh
Debbie Marsh is a mixed-media artist, illustrator, and painter, creative designer of print-on-demand products, vegan chef enthusiast, self-published recipe book writer, and corporate professional. She’s known for her beautiful portrayal of female figures and portraits with an impressionistic style, as well as for her creations involving birds, fish, and tropical fantasies.
Debbie's recent collection, Glitter Gals, is both an experimental mixed-media series, as well as a tribute to her mother, Colleen Harrison, who passed away in September of 2017.
Debbie attended the Atlanta College of Art; as well as workshops through the Corcoran Gallery of Art, which was an art museum in Washington, D.C. that is now the location of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, a part of the George Washington University. In addition, during the earlier part of her career, she has also taken workshops with several seasoned artists, also located in the Washington, D.C. area.
Over the years, Debbie has sold numerous works, including commissioned pieces. She has a broad and established presence on social media as an artist, a vegan chef, and as a print-on-demand designer. Debbie’s Living Canvas serves as her own online art studio and gallery.
Debbie was born in Bethesda, Maryland, and raised in the Northern, Virginia/Washington, D.C. area. She moved out west in 1987, and has lived both in Texas, and in Arizona, where she has kept her residency since 1996.
For Debbie, “the beauty of art is in the process!” With each piece, her experience produces something new and enticing. She is continually growing and developing as an artist.
To learn more about Debbie Marsh, the artist, and her work, visit www.debbieslivingcanvas.com, and deborahmarshfineart.com.