Debra’s “Interactions with Nature” will be depicted throughout her artwork. She captures moments in time; her everyday interactions with the natural environment. Paintings include a duck splashing on the river, a young girl attempting to pat an aged cow with her grandfather by her side, a great blue heron poised as still as a sculpture, an inquisitive winter pony by a roadside fence, painted turtles sunbathing by the river, a little boy and his dog investigating a mystery in his gramma’s pond. These are but a few of the many pieces Debra has in her world, the outward expression of her innermost desire to share the joy she experiences in her interactions with nature.
The purpose of her work is to motivate others to observe and appreciate interactions with nature, whether it be walking along a local nature trail amidst the blue herons and ring necked ducks or observing the four seasons of the Tomifobia River.
Debra Mosher Roy is a painter and art teacher from Ayer’s Cliff, Quebec. She draws inspiration from her natural environment near the Tomifobia River. She uses a combination of palette knife and brush techniques to create textured acrylic paintings. Debra has exhibited her work at the Fitch Bay/Georgeville Art Festival, Lennoxville Municipal Library, and many other locations. Recently, she has combined her love for nature, photography, and drawing into an adult colouring book and a colouring poster collection. Debra founded a community group for local artists called “Art Ayer’s Cliff”. Her husband and three children support her in all her artistic endeavours.
Opening reception will be held on Sunday the 4th of February at 2 p.m.