Deborah McMillion Nering

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I was born in Portsmouth, Virginia and moved to Arizona when my father
retired from the Navy. I received my degree at ASU in fine art/art
education. After apprenticing for two years in intaglio with master
printer Andrew Rush I ran Rural Arts Project, a fine arts serigraph
printshop for non-profits in Pinal County. After I moved back to the
valley I joined MARS Artspace, for a 16 year membership as an
exhibiting artist that included five years as President and curator.
I have received numerous awards and have exhibited in diverse group
shows nationally including The Ohr-Okeefe museum, In Time Art Salon,
D.C., The Parthenon in Tennessee, University of Southern Mississippi,
Gammage Auditorium, and Shemer. I have exhibited with Art One since

After coming full circle through all kinds of cultures and influences,
my art and I have returned to the era that has
always meant the most to me: The 1950s. An era of flying saucers,
drive-ins, Doo-Wop, scientific breakthroughs, and a sense that anything
- and I mean anything - could happen."

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