I am fortunate to live in a part of the country that is so picturesque, and I am constantly aware of the natural beauty of Maine. The coast and the tidal marshes nearby inspire my landscapes. I hope to evoke the feeling of being in the landscape by communicating the quality of light, color, and vastness of space. I most often work from imagination, memory and intuition to convey atmospheric perspective and timelessness in nature. I am an artist because I want to know what it is to be alive. I want my paintings to reflect a moment in time as an experience of what it is to be human tethered to this mortal coil.
I earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from California College of The Arts and a Master of Fine Art degree from Savannah College of Art and Design and started my professional career teaching painting (Georgetown University, Colby College). My gallery, Deborah Randall Fine Art, is located in the Lower Village in Kennebunk, Maine.