Southwest Watercolor by Deborah Hiatt
Infinite Beauty by Deborah Hiatt. A signed photo off-set lithography print from an original painting by listed Arizona artist Deborah Hiatt (1953-2013). The artist’s favorite subject was the Pueblo Indians, portraying timeless imagery, bringing the past into the present day. This piece depicts a Pueblo woman standing in front of adobe homes. The piece is hand-signed and dated 1987 to the bottom right-hand side. Originally from Bethlehem Pennsylvania, Deborah Hiatt majored in the visual arts and art history at Moore Collage of Arts in Philadelphia. During a European tour, she was captivated by the blend of ancient history and modern society. Driven by an inner force, the artist began searching for a subject matter that would quench her desire to portray timeless imagery, to bring the past into the present and the present into the past.
Hiatt's skills became more defined during her studies with Robert E Wood, and through her involvement in animation with the Hanna-Barbera Studios in Hollywood, California. However, it was on a trip to the Taos Pueblos in New Mexico that the artist discovered the Native-American imagery and the serenity and spirituality that was to mark her style. 40 x 28. Appraised by the Joan Cawley Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona at between $550 to $625. Fred's Price: $195