Deborah Jang earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Colorado Denver, and continues to learn new techniques, expand her materials, and broaden her vision. Her art and design pursuits span 30 years. She has participated in numerous group and solo shows, public installations, and art festivals throughout the western U.S, including Loveland Sculpture in the Park, Denver International Airport, La Quinta Arts Festival, Art Students League of Denver, Evergreen Sculpture Walk, Foothills Art Center, and Beverly Hills Art in the Gardens. Currently her work is shown at “A” Gallery in Salt Lake City, Utah; Modern Eden in San Francisco, California; Osmosis Gallery in Niwot, Colorado; and in downtown Englewood, CO, and also can be found in corporate and private collections across the U.S. and beyond.
Using reclaimed materials – predominantly metal and wood – my goal is to integrate form, color, texture, and substance. Each salvaged component carries its own unique history. Some remain mysterious, while others offer familiar social or cultural references. Combined with one another, the respective parts interact and are revitalized into fresh new entities. My joining methods vary according to the materials, and become part of the creative challenge and aesthetic. The process is playful and improvisational. The style is loosely figurative-to-abstract. The results, I hope, engage the imagination and enrich our collective visual experience.