Deborah Eve Alastra

“Recycling the Running Fence environmental installation into individual artworks benefits both artists and the world at large,” says Deborah Eve Alastra. “The Running Fence will be remembered and preserved while also giving artists the opportunity to work, share their art and recycle materials for the benefit of the environment.”

Deborah Eve Alastra is a talented artist in various media, but her forte is painting with oils and watercolors. Her portfolio brims with diverse subjects she has masterfully executed, from detailed florals to whimsical children’s art. She studied art in Mexico before receiving her B.A. in Fine Arts from the University of California in Santa Cruz and a Certificate of Proficiency in Digital Media from Cabrillo College in Aptos, California. Her work has been exhibited in numerous California galleries, including the Bargetto Winery in Soquel, Del Mar Gallery in San Diego, De Silva Gallery in San Jose, Santa Cruz Art Center, Old Town Art Center in Los Gatos, and the Kipp Collection Showroom in Los Angeles.

Her work has been featured in Progressive Greetings ArtSource, the United Kingdom’s international trade magazine for the greeting card industry, and her floral watercolor series was featured in Art Business News. Her prints are internationally collected, and Deborah incorporates them into her Running Fence art. The white fabric is the perfect backdrop for the vibrant colors she adds, creating pieces of great beauty and interest.

Visit Deborah Eve Alastra's website at http://members.cruzio.com/~artsala.

 

 

 

 

 


 

        
      
     

      

       

        

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