Studio Life – Deb Slowey

Philosophy of the Infinite” by Deb Slowey© | 2019 – oil, etching, crystal, gold leaf, glass on canvas – 72″ x 64″ | $ 7,000

Moving from New York city where she was mentored by the artist, Will Barnet and exhibited her work, Deb Slowey has chosen rural Florida as a place to live and create. Her property is surrounded by small horse farms and woodlands.

Deb’s Studio.

Deb’s studio is in her home. She has taken over a very large L-shaped room that has two large windows that not only allow light to flood into the space but also provide views of Floridian flora and fauna. There is great wall space that allows her to work on large canvases and she has set aside smaller zones where she can work on an easel or on a drawing table.

To my health
View as you enter the room where “To My Health His Fire Came“© | 2016 – oil, collage on canvas, 108″ x 68” is hanging on the longest wall.
philosophy and windows.
View to the left as you enter the room where “Philosophy of the Infinite“© is hanging.
A corner where small works are created and supplies are stored.
paint tubes
A ingenious way to store paint tubes.

About Deb’s Painting.

She has balanced a career as and artist and registered nurse. These careers in the visual arts and sciences have blended. This can be seen in how Deb approaches her current body of artwork. She tells stories through mythology and folklore in her paintings. The compositions are based on mathematical principles and formulas. She is fascinated by, The Fibonacci sequence, the Golden Ratio, Phi paired with Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity. She presents her imagined world where time fluctuates between past, present and future.

Sobek and Cuacuara Struggle” by Deb Slowey | 2020 -oil, gold leaf, crystals, collage on canvas | $ 3,000
older work
Deb brought out an older work so we could compare it with the recent and discuss the evolution of artwork.
under lying composition
A painting at its inception with the underlying composition being decided.




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