Ink Illustrations, Painting and Digital Works
Installations, Exhibitions and Publications
Circles at the RoCa (2019)
Dot mandala created for the 'Circles' exhibit
at the Rockland Center of the Arts, NY.
Medium: Wood and Acrylic
Fall 2013 - Present
Inspired by Yayoi Kusama.
Currently Installed in in the Noble Center of St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York.
Published in the Fall 2015 Laurentian Magazine.
Throwing Down the Gauntlet (2016)
This 3-piece exhibit is a visual representation of
important social and mental issues on college campuses: stereotyping, taboo products, beauty and body image, and mental illness.
In collaboration with:
Temporarily installed and exhibited in the Gunnison Memorial Chapel (Canton, NY)
Projects, low-key magazine drops, after school workshops, and ya girl's commission work
To me, art is power. Art is a vehicle for learning, love, community building, and appreciation.
Art education plays a vital role in helping students to grow and learn to think outside the box.
I make art to start conversation, spark creativity, and spread cultural and social awareness.
Mixed Media Art and Design
Debbie Ameera Ali is a multimedia artist and MFA student at Lehman College in NYC, specializing in pop surrealism and sculpture.
Her work has been featured at Garner Arts Center, Rockland Center for the Arts, and in Hyperallergic and Hey Lady Magazines.
In addition to her work as an artist, Debbie is an Art and Special Education teacher at Discovery High School in the Bronx.
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