This site contains watercolor portraits and paintings by artist, Debra Halprin. Please feel free to inquire about these pieces or to discuss possible
You may reach Debra at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Artist:
Debra Halprin's love for art began in her early years while living with her grandparents in Belmar, New Jersey. Her grandmother, Ceil Grayer, was a well known local
artist and art teacher. She was a student of Edgar Whitney and her work was greatly influenced by his style.
In 1997, Debra began taking watercolor classes with Firouzeh Sadeghi. Firouzeh's love of art and her students heightened Debra's interest in watercolor and since then
Debra has concentrated her efforts in water based media.
Today, Ms. Halprin is an award winning artist whose work has been accepted into numerous juried exhibits, including the prestigious Philadelphia Watercolor Society’s
International Exhibition as well as the BWS MidAtlantic Shows. In addition, her portrait "Little Miss Molly" was recently accepted into Touchstone Gallery's Regional Juried Exhibit
entitled "The Human Form" and awarded Second Place by Dr. Anne Goodyear, Assistant Curator at the National Portrait Gallery.
Debra's works have been featured in articles in The Washington Post, The Gazette Newspaper, Washington Home & Design Magazine, Washington Spaces Magazine, Montgomery
Insight and in Palette Magazine.