Ideas, like fine wine, take time to ferment. Each original photograph had to have all things in common; timing, place, mood, and the instinctual element that comes from learning through experimenting and knowledge of your subject. The best part is the surprise that your finishing medium will render the final piece good enough to want to share.
Deb Nakano has been dabbling in computer arts and photography for many years…
by using pictures of buildings and their interiors as attachments to field inspection reports and using a point and shoot camera. With a long history of working in the Property Management industry and paying attention to construction and property condition details, then as an inspector for insurance companies and lenders, Deb has been a professional (as in being paid for…) photographer for years. Recently she has combined that experience by utilizing her extensive computer experience and love of photography into “Fine Art”. Upgrading her camera and Photoshop skills she keeps experimenting and learning in order to create.
Deb has won a few international awards for her entries with these designs from the thousands of old and new photos from many travels including the Peace Corps at age 60! She belongs to local artist associations; Longmont Artist Guild (LAG), Arts Longmont, Boulder Arts, St Vrain Photography Club and various online art and photography groups such as Light Space & Time and Ugly Hedgehog.
Deb moved to Colorado as a preschooler and is proud and happy to be a “Native” Coloradoan and recently a Longmont resident.