Various Works by Deborah Eckroat

 

1. 21 Days Later, Digital Compilation, 11 x 17 inches, 2016
2. Atomic Annie, Digital Compilation, 11 x 17 inches, 2016
3. Companion Diptych, Digital Painting/Compilation, 25 x 13 inches, 2016
4. Fractured, Digital Compilation, 11 x 17 inches, 2016
5. Night at the Opera, Digital Compilation, 11 x 17 inches, 2016
6. Seven, Digital Compilation, 11 x 17 inches, 2016
7. Soul Sisters, Digital Compilation, 17 x 11 inches, 2016
8. Temperance, Digital Compilation, 11 x 17 inches, 2016
9. The Compound Diptych, Digital Painting/Compilation, 25 x 13 inches, 2016

Deborah studied art throughout school and went on to become a professional photographer. Her images have graced the walls of the Epcot Center, The Cowboy Hall of Fame, and The Professional Photographers Hall of Fame as well as countless homes and businesses. She has won many awards and trophies with her artistic style of portraits. She is the past President of the multi-state Ozarks Professional Photographers Assoc, and Indian Nations Professional Photographers Assoc. She helped launch and became the first Editor for the International Christian Photographers Association monthly magazine as well as judge for numerous print competitions. Seven years after opening her studio, due to a bad fall on location which ended in over a year of wheelchairs and therapy, Deborah decided to close the studio and go back to school to finish her degree.
In 2010, Deborah started a local grass movement for artists to create new works of art from trash. From this was born The Garbage to Art Project which she curated at The City Arts Center in Oklahoma City.
Deborah graduated with a degree in Multimedia Communications, specializing in print work. She now works as a freelance graphic designer and teaches Adobe Photoshop for Moore Norman Technology Center, as well as private tutoring
Deborah uses her years of photographic knowledge and experience along with her strong sense of composition to create one of a kind digital graphic works of art that she hopes will be enjoyed by all.

Joshua Barnett
Joshua Barnett
Editor-in-Chief at New Plains Review

Joshua Barnett is a Creative Writing graduate student at the University of Central Oklahoma. Prior to his academia career, he served as an infantryman in OIF for the US Army. He has been an editor for New Plains Review for two years, and looks forward to seeing the journal expand and take on new endeavors.


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