2023 News

Coil, 2001, polyptych acrylic on canvas, 60.5 x 55.5 cm

Coil, 2001, polyptych acrylic on canvas, 60.5 x 55.5 cm, part of the exhibition Threads
at Coal Creek Community Park and Museum, running from 6 March - 1 May.


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Coal Creek Community Park and Museum

Deborah is one of the featured artists in the upcoming exhibition, Threads, at Coal Creek Community Park and Museum in Korumburra, Vic.

The exhibition runs from 6 March – 1 May

Clunes Book Town Festival

Clunes Book Town

Clunes Booktown Festival returns to the historic township in regional Victoria on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 March. Deborah will join fellow artists Simon Perry and Philip Faulks in a panel discussion about visual storytelling and the narratives that inform their own work.


Art Gallery of Ballarat

Deborah is one of 57 selected Australian artists exploring the concept of place, country and home in Whereabouts, a printmaking exhibition curated by Rona Green. Opening at the Art Gallery of Ballarat in late 2023. (Dates to be confirmed).

2022 News

2020-2022 APW George Collie Memorial Print Award

In 2020 Deborah was the recipient of the prestigious APW George Collie Memorial Print Award, culminating in the 2020-2022 George Collie Memorial Print Award Exhibition at Australian Print Workshop, Melbourne. As part of the award, Deborah’s linocut, I wished on the moon, was commissioned by the APW and printed by APW Master Printer, Simon White.

Artist-in-Residence, Geelong Grammar School

Geelong Grammar Visting artists

Deborah is Artist Residence at Geelong Grammar School, Corio Campus, during Term 2.


Queenscliff Gallery

81 Hesse Street Queenscliff VIC 3225

23 June – 10 July

Originally scheduled for 2021, but postponed because of lockdowns, Deborah’s solo exhibition focuses on the dominant motif in her work, namely the Rückenfigur, or figure seen from behind.


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