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Debbie Dicker Art captures the beauty of the natural world, both underwater and on land.
Are you an art lover who prefers art from an artist you have a connection with? Whether I already know you personally or you get to know me through watching me online as I create new work and share my adventures, I look forward to getting to know you. I hope you enjoy my work and that it puts a smile on your face.
Starting in Kindergarten I was the class artist. I had difficulty with reading and writing. Art provided me with safety and support.
Growing up in New York City I had the fortunate experience of going to the High School of Art and Design launching me on my artist path.
The ’70s were an interesting time for me. I hopped around to several different schools studying art. I started at the State University of New York at New Paltz, New York where I learned my art and design foundation. Next, I was a textile major at Buffalo State College, weaving non-traditional art on an 8-harness loom. Then it was off to Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. In my senior year, the school was commissioning a large artwork to celebrate their 50th anniversary. From a field of professional and student artists, I was selected. I designed and installed four site-specific two-story pieces for the foyer of Lincoln Hall where they hung for 20 years.
I also earned a teaching credential and moved to the San Francisco Bay area where I remain to this day.
My years in the San Francisco area have been exciting and rewarding. I received a California Arts Council Grant and did a three-year art residency at Laguna Honda Hospital. Next, I co-founded a commercial photography studio with my husband. After 20 years we closed that business and parted ways.
Following that, I spent 17 years as the Head Art Teacher at Marin Horizon School in Mill Valley, CA.
I love to travel. I love everything about it; the new sights, the new cultures, the new experiences.
I created my dream trips, which took me to Bali! Then I was off to Vietnam and Cambodia where I taught a group of young children. Next, I was off to China teaching English using art. That trip included a week of travel along the Silk Road all the way to the Gobi Desert. I continue to travel the world. I especially enjoy international art shows. The Venice Biennale and Miami Basel are two of my favorites.
In 2018 I started diving and this has opened an entirely new world of experiences, world travel (Fiji, the Maldives, and the Solomon Islands, so far) and stimulation for my art.
A year ago I retired from teaching and now truly get to live my dream of doing my art and traveling the world.
Art Classes coming this September 2019.
Two years ago I started teaching adults and will do so again this summer (September 2019). It will be a class inspired by drawing in the garden and vineyard.
Stay tuned for more information about classes. Please click on this link to contact me if interested https://www.debbiedicker.com/contact-me. I will put you on my mailing list and send you what you need to know.
Thank you for stopping by and reading this. I hope we will get to know each other through a mutual enjoyment of my art.
Debbie drawing in Venice
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