Debra Muzychka

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Artist's Biography

     Born in Whitehorse, Yukon, Debra received her BFA in lithography and painting from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, NS, studying under master printer Bob Rogers and painting under the late, great Gerry Ferguson.

     A mid-career painter, Muzychka works in oil on canvas and is currently inspired by Napatchie Pootoogook, for her candid narratives on the social issues of contemporary Inuit life, Peter Hoffer, for his technical ability of turning a landscape painting into a coffee table and Kittie Bruneau, for her highly charged and energetic abstractions.

     Her work can be found in private collections in Canada, Europe, and Japan, and she is presently represented by Shelley Lambe Fine Art, Toronto and Christensen Fine Art, Peterborough, Ontario.

     Muzychka presently works out of downtown Ottawa, Ontario where she lives with far too many birds.

Artist Statement 

     Painting has continued to provide me with an équilibre in this life, a tool to maintain a precarious balance. 

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