Deborah Yoon is a self taught multidisciplinary artist, who considers both New York (spiritual) and San Francisco Bay Area (physical, heart) home. She works primarily with paper, ink, sumi-e, paint, #11 xactos, and has experimented with steel metalwork. Movement, nature, and the ephemeral are themes that are often woven throughout her intricate, manically detailed art work -- reflections on how the nature of all things is impermanence and what that looks like. Deborah has received a Bachelors of Fine Arts and Art History at New York University.
Deborah is available for commissions and open to hear interesting proposals for collaboration from people of the world.
August 2013 - The Future Is Now, group show at High Line Loft
June 2012-2013 - mural for Welling Court Mural Project, Queens, NYC
May 2013 -- Floodlight, solo exhibition at Devotion Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
April 2013 -- Hacked Organics at Langton Labs: San Francisco, CA
November 2010 — Til’ Death Do Us Apart, group show at Gallery Heist, San Francisco, CA
Dec 2009 — Phosphene, group show at Zakka Art + Design, Brooklyn, NY
June - October 2009 — HiveMind, season-long sculpture installed at Governors Island, New York City.
Recipient of 2009 Oscar M. Ruebhausen Commission from the Greenwall Foundation
Spring 2006 — Pool Art Fair with Kylin O’Brien, Chelsea Hotel, New York City