Deborah Wolfe aka digital deborah
Over 30 years of experience behind the camera.
I have photographed all the things….
- model portfolios
- head shots
- editorial assignments
- magazine covers
- architectural interiors
- architectural exteriors
- dance companies
- local celebrities
- NFL players and their families
- and one very dead but perfectly lovely wild turkey
In between running with scissors and not learning how to play the banjo, I shoot things violently with my camera, scribble on perfectly innocent, clean sheets of paper and wipe my nose on the back of my hand. Ewwww….gross….shut it.
2022 and Beyond
In 2022 and beyond, I will be focusing on creating imagery around the following
LURID COLOR – Goal – Body of work, large prints, gallery show, book.
I consider myself a “colorist” in regard to my art. I love thick, vibrant, gooey, vivid, lurid color. I want to explore color through any of the following avenues:
Creating characters based on a color;
Face and/or body painting to create a character;
Creating separate color “worlds” to inhabit;
Creating clothing and costumes for character concepts;
Expressing emotion through color
FAERIE TALES AND MYTHOLOGY – Goal – Body of work, large prints, gallery show, book.
The following word list paints the pictures I’m after:
Alice…through the looking glass
I like to work and play with people who are inspired and inspiring, who are up for adventure expressed through art, and who think of themselves as an artist’s muse.
WABI SABI – THE ELUSIVE BEAUTY OF IMPERFECTION
Wabi Sabi is the Japanese aesthetic philosophy of looking past imperfections and blemishes to see the inherent beauty of a thing.
It is repairing a beloved, well-used object with gold or other precious elements, emphasizing the journey of the object. The broken places become highlights and markers of the past, and now continued journey.
I consider myself a well-rounded photographer and master of lighting design. I am also a fine artist, doodler, and story teller. Can’t help it. Southern, of Irish ancestry. Telling stories and creating worlds is second nature. I acknowledged I’ve been bent and banged up a bit, but I just keep putting one Wabi Sabi foot in front of the other.
HOW TO PURCHASE MY ART
For those who like to print it yourself, instant digital downloads are available through Etsy.
If a finished product is more your speed, please visit my page at Fine Art America.
How to Get in Touch
The best way to contact me quickly is via email: