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Deborah DeWit Marchant

After graduating from high school in Rye, New York Deborah entered Cornell University with the intention of majoring in Agronomy.

A love of photography and art drew her away from college and she left after two years. Instead of receiving any formal art or photography training, Deborah’s natural inclination was to take to the road in search of imagery and a broader sense of the world. In her twenties she traveled extensively, alone, developing a creative process inspired by atmosphere and light and fueled by a zest for knowledge. She has been showing her work professionally since 1976.

Deborah has taught courses in photography, been an Artist–in-Residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology and a guest lecturer at Oregon State University to name just a few of her activities relevant to her work as a photographer.

The artist’s photographs address light and its ability to transform everyday scenes into subjects of beauty. A world traveler, Deborah’s imagery has universal significance while maintaining a sense of intimacy for the viewer.

Deborah has exhibited widely and her work is included in many private and public collections, among them Kaiser Permanente, Portland, Oregon. Intel Corporation, Foremost Dairy Headquarters, San Francisco, CA and St. Louis University.