Debora Weber



Debora began her career as a freelance professional illustrator and graphic designer in the publishing and packaging fields, with notable clients such as Campbell's Soup Company. Her illustration work earned her a place in Marqui's Who's Who in American Art, 1988 edition. An early adopter of digital art, Debora created web sites for Arcadia University, The University of Pennsylvania and is currently a web administrator for Drexel University.

Debora Weber earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, in Liberal Art from Lake Erie College, Painesville, Ohio including study abroad at Ruskin School of Drawing, Oxford University, England. After graduation she attended Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, PA, to study commercial art and illustration.


Danielle Waits, collage, 30” x 20”


In 2005 Debora returned to instruction under the international watercolorist Alice Meyer Wallace, exploring collage technique and began exhibiting her paintings in 2007. She has exhibited at The Plastic Club, Montgomery County Guild Of Professional Artists and the Main Line Art Center, including a solo show at Jean Jacques Gallery in the Philadelphia region. Most recently she is the recipient of the Mildred Beizer Prize for still life awarded by The Plastic Club.

Debora lives in Penn Valley, Pennsylvania with her husband, son and daughter.  In addition to painting she enjoys horticulture and sailing on the Chesapeake Bay.


Jug and Sunflowers, collage, 11” x 8”



Snapdragon Bouquet, watercolor, 24” x 18”