Deborah Brown received a B.A. in art from Yale and an M.F.A. from Indiana University. She lives and works in New York where she is represented by Lesley Heller Workspace. She has a studio in Bushwick where she has exhibited her work in group exhibitions and in a recent solo show at the Active Space that was reviewed by Holland Cotter in The New York Times. She has had solo shows at Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, California; Mira Mar Gallery, Sarasota, Florida; and Addison Ripley, Washington, D.C. Her public art projects include mosaics commissioned by the MTA for the Houston Street subway station in Manhattan and roundels for the Royal Caribbean Cruise Terminal at the Port of Miami for Miami-Dade Art in Public Places. In addition to her practice as an artist, she owns and directs the gallery, Storefront Bushwick and serves on the board of NURTUREart, the advisory board of BRIC, and Community Board #4 in Bushwick.