As one of the earlier female artists to emerge on the street art scene in Australia, Deb’s bold and unmissable works dominate the streets of Melbourne and cities all over the world.
Known for her colourful & curvaceous pin-up style babes and depictions of Hindu gods and goddesses, Deb has a style all of her own that continues to evolve and grow – whether it be adorning walls, trucks, t-shirts or gallery walls.
In this 5 hour workshop, you’ll learn everything from street etiquette to how to control a spray can. Deb will share the experiences of her creative career – from being an emerging aerosol artist on the Melbourne art scene – to an internationally recognised artist now living in San Francisco and working all across the globe.
Starting off with a sketching session where you will begin planning what you want to paint on the day (bring some sketches from home or some reference images to work from) Deb will be able to give you plenty of feedback and advice on planning your piece.
Deb will talk colour selection and help you choose an eye-catching colour palette and give you a rundown on some different types of paints that are on the market and how to choose the right kind for the job.
You’ll have plenty of wall space to practice your technique and develop your skills – with Deb providing 1-on-1 guidance to help you gain confidence and get your can control down!
Back in Australia for a brief time only, this is an amazing opportunity to learn from one of the country’s most well-established and successful contemporary artists. Tickets are limited so don’t sleep on this one!
Melbourne-born painter, Deb, is one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists. Her instantly recognizable fine art and murals are splashed across the breadth of Australia and beyond. Deb works with many different materials, across a multitude of surfaces, from aerosols on the street and selected interiors, to acrylics, oils & gauche on wood or canvas, digital design, illustration and sculpture.
Amongst other commissions and projects, some of her clients include DC Comics, Mambo, Myer Australia, Foxtel, Oxfam, Wheels and Dollbaby, and T-world . Over the years she has also collaborated with some of the most well-respected painters and graffiti & street-based artists from around the globe.
In 2012 Deb created a unique fundraiser towards prostate cancer research and support raising thousands of dollars for the Cancer Council of Victoria, and continues to donate her art towards many different charities in time found between on-going projects. She has participated in countless art exhibits and has been working as a professional artist for more then 15 years.
After traveling back and forth to the states several times over the last few years, Deb has now relocated to San Francisco, USA after being granted her 01 American Artist Visa, but tries to get back to visit her hometown of Melbourne as much as possible!