looking at participants from Review Santa Fe
It takes a second to realize that Deborah Hamon has combined painting and photography to produce the series, Girls. The project explores the identity of girls by creating universal portraits that play between fiction and reality. “I want to capture that moment when confidence and insecurity, whimsy and seriousness, innocence and knowledge can all exist.”
Deborah lives in Marin County and received her MFA from the University of California, Davis. Gallery 291, in San Francisco, will exhibit Deborah Hamon, Girls: Fact and Fiction from July 9th- August 29th.
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