My name is Debora Seaver I was born and raised in Oregon and lived in Oregon until 1995 when my husband took a job in North Carolina. We lived on the east coast in different states for my husband’s work and then in May of 2011 we moved back to Oregon.
I started my artistic endeavors around the age of 7 and my interest took me through many mediums over the years, but I think my true love is with watercolor and glass work.
Before moving to North Carolina I was a member of The Oregon Watercolor Society and showed in several galleries in Oregon. I attended a few glass workshops at the Bullseye glass company in Portland ,Oregon and I have attended several watercolor workshops around the United States.
I love creating I always have since the young age of 7 or 8. I dabbled in many different mediums and have come to the conclusion that I love water color and glass work. I know they are very different mediums, but they both hold that beautiful luminosity, one on paper and the other on glass.
I find it very satisfying to create something as delicate as a peacock feather from such a cold and hard medium as glass. When people ask me if I glued a peacock feather to the glass then I know I have accomplished my goal. With watercolor I love the problem solving. I love to put my vision on paper and to make it colorful and exciting.
I still have so many ideas in my head that need to be created. It will take many years for me to make them all become a reality to share with everyone. I was recently chosen to be featured in a new book coming out in January 2012 titled “Addicted to Glass”