GALERIA AZUR MADRID
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< Deborah Sisco
United States

ARTSPER

BIOGRAPHY

Having grown up in the Midwest during a time when art was not an acceptable career choice, Deborah was primarily self-taught, reading books about early abstract expressionists, attending art exhibitions, and experimenting on her own. After working in her husband’s business and raising a family, she decided that to advance her love of art she needed a formal education in art. She enrolled herself in the College of Charleston and at the age of 69 received her B.F.A. with honors. Today she loves experimenting with new techniques and works extensively with AI when creating new works.

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Education
B.F.A.
College of Charleston, SC
Recognition
2022 Top 60 Masters, Art Tour International Magazine, NY, NY
2021Finalist, Artavita, Worldwide Arts
2021 Certificate of Excellence, Circle Foundation for
the Arts
2015 Finalist, Artavita, Worldwide Arts
Exhibitions
2021- Hill Gallery in the College of Charleston
2021 – “Young Contemporaries” – Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art
2018- Group Exhibition of 4 Artists- El Duende- Ottovolarte Gallery – Florence, Italy
2018 Group Exhibition- Brush Strokes- Art Mecca
2017 Group Exhibition – Young Contemporaries – Halsey Institute of Fine Art at the College of Charleston
2016 Solo Exhibition – Art Mecca of Charleston
2015 “Pieces of Me” – Solo exhibition, Charleston
Artist Guild Gallery
2014 Gallery 72 Pop Up group exhibit at the
Lowland Brewery
2013 ‘Let the Music Play’ – Featured Artist exhibit
at the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery
2012 Featured Artist at the Charleston Artist
Guild Gallery
2011 Solo exhibit at the Flagship Gallery
2011 ‘Show of Strength’ – Group exhibit at the
Real Estate Studio
2010 Charleston Artist Guild Gallery
2010 Paintings on exhibit in the Set design of “Little Red Wagon” Major Motion Film
2010 Piccolo Spoleto Juried Indoor Exhibit (only 65 chosen out of 272 entries)
2009 North Charleston Arts Festival Group Exhibit
2009 Piccolo Spoleto Juried Art Exhibit Group Exhibit (65 artists chosen out of 300 entries)
Charleston Visitors center
2008 “Vanishing Landscapes” Charleston City Gallery Group Exhibit
Piccolo Spoleto/Coastal Conservation League Juried Exhibit (62 artists chose from 275 entries)
2008 “Jail House Art” Charleston Historic Jail House Group Exhibit
2007 Charleston Artist Guild Signature Show Group Exhibit
2007 Charleston Art and Portraits Gallery
Eye Level Art Gallery
2006 “Hallelujah” Charleston Art and Portrait Gallery Group Exhibit
2006 “Jail House Art” Charleston Historic Jail House Group Exhibit

STATEMENT

My work is about seeing things differently and the freedom to allow it to be different. I believe that to love art is all about learning to see.

My viewers should experience my art not how I see it, but how they see it. It should be a personal experience that is different for each person. That experience should be visually pleasing, happy, or even disturbing, but not empty. What you see is what it is.