Debra Grubbs
Each one of us has his or her own way of capturing
                            the visual world.
Debra Grubbs began painting in watercolors while studying with           
Watercolorist Corey Staid in Andover, Massachusetts as a teenager.  
She studied with a variety of other artists after moving to California in 
the late 70's.  While attending Las Positas College in Livermore, 
California, she painted primarily in acrylics and watercolor, receiving a 
more structured, formal training, eventually receiving a Degree in Fine 
Arts, emphasis in painting.  
Debra was Director of Visual Arts for a program called "FAME" for the 
Livermore Public School system before moving back to New England.  
Over the years, she has received numerous prizes and awards at 
dozens of art shows, and many of her paintings have been sold and 
are displayed at homes and businesses across the country.
The WILDLIFE ART MAGAZINE featured Debra's work in it's section 
"Women Making Magic with Unusual Media" highlighting her collages 
of Confetti Birch Forests, May/June 2005. Recently, Debra's art was 
spotlighted on TV's "NEW HAMPSHIRE CHRONICLE" featuring the 
Cultural Trolley Night in Manchester, NH.