“Shadows of Zion”
14 x 18 in.
Debra Joy Groesser Fine Art
Nebraska artist Debra Joy Groesser paints many subjects but is best known for her impressionistic landscape oil paintings, particularly her plein air work. “Painting is such a spiritual experience for me. Nothing inspires me more than being out on location, capturing the subtle nuances of color, light and atmosphere that can only be achieved by painting from nature.”
Debra has participated in countless juried and invitational exhibitions across the country and has won numerous awards for her work. She was a faculty member at the 2014 Plein Air Convention in Monterey, California, which was sponsored by PleinAir Magazine. Debra was also interviewed on the national blog talk radio show, Artists Helping Artists, in March 2014. She was commissioned by Omaha Performing Arts to paint a large portrait of philanthropists Richard and Mary Holland, which hangs permanently in the Holland Performing Arts Center in Omaha, Nebraska.
Debra is President and a Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society, and Signature Member of Plein Air Artists Colorado and American Plains Artists. She is represented by SouthWind Art Gallery, Topeka, Kansas; Edward Montgomery Fine Art, Carmel, California; and Abend Gallery, Denver, Colorado.