Debra Fox 

Debra was born in Dallas Texas in 1960.  She studied large format, gelatin silver and alternative methods of photography under the mentorship of Charles DeBus, Senior Lecturer in Photography at Southern Methodist University.  The pressed plant exposures are not photography as it's generally thought of today.  The photogram or photogenic drawing process dates back to the 1830's.  These light sensitive methods reflect the humble beginnings of photography before photographic materials were light sensitve enough to use with lenses.  The flowers, leaves and insects for the negatives are manipulated.  The final print can take from 4 days to 9  months of exposure to the sun.   Although She loved each form of photography in its own right, it was the more alternative light sensitive methods of creating an image that truly inspires her.   She currently lives on and helps maintain a 3500 acre wildlife/nature preserve on the Red River.  

Briar Leaves

Briar Leaves

14x15 Cyanotype Print $800

Standing Thistle

Standing Thistle

30"x30" Giclee $1,900

Wheat Grass

Wheat Grass

18"x12" Van Dyke Print $825

Magnolia Leaves

Magnolia Leaves

30"x40" Giclee $2,200

Five Poppies

Five Poppies

20"x30" Giclee $1,200

Devils Claw

Devils Claw

18"x22" Van Dyke Print $1,000

Artemesia

Artemesia

20"x30" Giclee $1,200

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108 S. Main Street  |  Saint Jo, Texas  |  76265    

info@sjmainstreetgallery.com, donna@donnahowellsickles.com     940.995.2786

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