Debra Salter creates one of a kind, hand painted original designs that are also functional art pieces. Her philosophy when creating her jewelry displays is the same as her home decorating. “Indulge in the visions that one should not limit themselves to.
She has recently launched a line of jewelry displays for earrings, bracelets, and watches for women and little girls! They are one of a kind, hand painted original designs, that are also functional art pieces. A concept that came to me last year, after looking for a pair of treasured earrings.
My objective is to express a creative spirit, to bring to your home, to life, what often appears to be... Just An Illusion.
The artwork of Debra Flint Salter is currently in a virtual exhibition at the Evanston Art Center, Connects, "SOULWORKS", a collection of art by artists of color, both renowned and emerging. The exhibition was on display at the Evanston Art Center, June 15 - July 5, 2020. The group show included Black American, Creole, African, Caribbean, and Japanese artists, exhibiting an eclectic and exciting array of artwork. The exhibition was curated by Rose Cannon of Cannon Fine Art Gallery and Fran Joy,
The Evanston Art Center is dedicated to fostering the appreciation and expression of the arts among diverse audiences by offering extensive and innovative instruction in broad areas of artistic endeavor through classes, exhibitions, interactive arts activities, and community outreach.
What responsibility do artists have to display the times in their art? How do artists impact their environment and contribute to the overall vitality of a city?