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Deborah Darling Gray

Deborah Darling Gray

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I was born in Buffalo, New York. Educated in the US and the UK. Moved to New York City, Moved to San Francisco, Moved to Marin.
Married and wildly in love. Two wonderful children, grandchildren. Painting took on a life of it's own. Healing came as a gift.

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A Crow by any other name....
In Shamanic journeys such as I have experienced them up to this point there is usually a team of spirit animals along for the ride. Every journey is different and I have encountered beavers, coyotes, horses, Sneakers (dog), etc. I find the nature of the beast(s) very revealing. There are many books and a lot of information on line that offer different interpretations of the qualities these spirit aninals embody and what their presence in a dream or a journey signifies. It is said the
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Athena enters rehab
Athena has been busy guarding the stairwell in the 1325 end Art Works Downtown/4th St./beautiful downtown San Rafael but the time has come to help bolster the framing. Not so easy when when measuring a mere 80" tall and 74" wide. My only excuse is that I started the painting with one piece of paper measuring 20" x 24". Some Goddesses just don't want to be contained. The ultimate size was subsequently determined by the wall of my studio. By that time Athena was part of a series that had
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Fabulous on 4th Street
My student Caitlin and I meet every Thursday to paint. We start our session together by gathering sustenance. Taking a walk down 4th St. in beautiful downtown San Rafael we arrive at Arizmendi bakery to score some gluten free muffins. There should be an Oscar for best gluten free muffin on the planet. Arizmendi's pumpkin praline would win hands down. They punch our card because between the two of us we spend more than $5. Three weeks ago, our card full of tiny holes, we scored a free
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The Four Directions
A few paintings ago, "The Fish Are Confused", I noticed the fish I had painted were swimming in all directions. Up, down, East, West, backwards, forwards, etc. I felt confused just painting it and I assumed the culprit was global warming. The water is warmer and the winters are wetter. On land and in the ocean all of us are resetting our clocks and changing our calendars. That was until I discovered the four directions on a trip to Lake Tahoe. As my karma would have it, I
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Columns of Light in Lake Wakatipu
Somewhere along the line - maybe in another blog post - I have explained my painting is intuitive. I often start with a plan, an image or idea even after all these years only to find it is irrelevant; the paint, the paper and the brush in my hand have no interest in my thoughts or feelings regarding what might or should appear on the paper in front of me. Despite the fact I personally never know what is going to show up I'd be the first to admit that along the way a certain style has
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