Deborah Griffin website


Discussion of art coming soon.



Deborah pursued art and design at the University of Arkansas and either studied under or participated in workshops led by Henry Hensche, Wolf Kahn, Jane Wilson, Don Lee, Josepha Vaughn, and Maggie Taylor. She is a member of Alameda Art Association, NAPP National Association of Photoshop Professionals, the Alameda Women Artists, and the Frank Bette Center for the Arts where she exhibits regularly.

Artist Statement

Deborah’s work explores multiple dimensions ranging from representational figurative, still life and landscape paintings to the more surreal landscape of dreamwork and personal transformative images. Her materials vary depending upon the project, but may encompass oil painting, pastel, acrylic and mixed media, as well as photography and digitally-enhanced imagery.


Exhibitions & Juried Shows

Picture This Gallery, Long Beach, CA
LOVE/HATE Exhibit, February 2009

Alameda Women Artists, Alameda Public Library
RENEW Exhibit, March 2009 (upcoming)

Frank Bette Art Center
Various juried shows including Body Language, Convergence,
Green, Undressed (Best of Show) and Alameda On Camera 1 & 2, Signature Salon: 5by5by5: 5 Artists, 5 Poets, 5 Versions

Alameda Art Center
Exhibiting Member Panels:
Journey Home series: February 2006
After Hours series: March 2006
New Work: April 2006 and Various Juried Exhibitions

Alameda Art Association
Annual Show Alameda Historical Museum, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 (Best of Mixed Media, 2008)
JavaRama Coffeeshop, Oct. 2006
Crossroads Café, Jan./Feb. 2007
One Person Show, Dr. Marcus, Alameda, CA Jan/Feb 2007