Moon Tremors Studiowww.ArtPal.com/schoolmom59
I am not my body; my body only houses my spirit. My spirit portrays my love of life. I view the world around me with love, gratitude and appreciation for all that I have been given. The sweet joy of producing interesting artwork is my way of beautifying life thru the eyes and hands of a artist with disabilities.
My intention is to use fractal patterns that I create as a extension of my environment that I live in. I create mood and movement and colors as a form of empowerment. The power to fight back and the will to win in whatever situation life presents.
Bio: Debbie Reneman is from Tacoma Washington and currently resides in Ballard Utah. She went to Southern Utah University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Museum and Gallery Practice’s. She created the first art show for Disabled artist in 2011. She has been recognized thru out the State of Utah for her artwork and especially her work with disabled artists. Debbie is married to Richard Reneman and they have 2 sons and 2 grandchildren . Her hobbies include; fly fishing, hiking, photography and swimming.