Deborah Gray is a photographer who captures abstract landscapes with natural light. She explores the combination of time and movement to capture new interpretations of everyday spaces. Her recent photographic work is a study of interior portraits of light.
An exploration of alternative materials has led Deborah to work with acrylic, creating sculptures by manipulating form and texture. These acrylic pieces are used in conjunction with a light source to create experiences of illumination.
Deborah graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design with an MFA in 2017 and Montserrat College of Art with a BFA in Photography and Art Education in 2011. While at Montserrat, she participated in two study abroad programs in Africa. Her work has been exhibited at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, MA, the Lyceum Gallery at The Derryfield School in Manchester, NH, The Artroom Boutique in Gloucester, MA, Present in Gloucester, MA, The Fish Fish Gallery in Rockport, MA, as well as in multiple shows at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA.