Deborah Brown-Cage, Presently a Professor of Visual Arts at Wayne County Community College Detroit. Retired from Detroit Public Schools in July of 2012 as a Visual Arts Instructor, a graduate of Detroit Northwestern High School, Western Michigan University and Wayne State University. Dedicated 37 years to educating Detroit children and adults in visual art life skills. The techniques that the artist love working with are painting, needle felting, printmaking, drawing, ceramic and jewelry making. Memberships involvement include: Detroit Art Teachers, National Conference Of Artists, Michigan Art Educators Association, National Art Educators Association, Farmington Art Foundation, Visual Arts Association of Livonia, and Detroit Fine Arts Breakfast Club. Local Art exhibitions participation are: Artists that Teach (16yrs), Michigan Art Educators Association (2yrs), National Conference of Artists- Black/White Auction, NCA gallery (5yrs), the Delta Scholarship Art Auction (2yrs.), The Carr Canter (3yrs), and national level art exhibition: National Art Educators Art Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia. Why do I enjoy doing art and teaching, because it allows me to explore and feel free to create unlimited artwork with thoughts. My art is me, and talents are a gift given to me for my faith in God. - [ ]
Deborah's ArtPrize Entries
These are Deborah's official ArtPrize entries from this year and past years.