Monday’s Child - A Weekly Creative Shot in the Arm

Deb Stoner - flora through her lens

Over the last 3 decades Deb Stoner has been a designer of eyewear, a maker of contemporary jewelry and a photographer. Her current ongoing project involves the growing of plants and painstakingly photographing them - to hold their moment in time. Stoner’s botanical portraits are beyond words. They’ll mesmerize you and firmly hold your attention while your eyes take in all of the detail and nuances of her compositions.

Deb Stoner is currently one of the featured presenters at the 2018 Yuma Art Symposium, an event that draws makers from many different disciplines to cross-pollinate, mingle and share (in the historic downtown section of Yuma, AZ). To be wowed by more of Deb Stoner’s work visit debstoner.com. To discover a real gem of a creative event, visit yumaartsymposium.com.

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