A fondness for drawing and an aptitude for clay modeling in Deborah’s youth lead to excelling in the arts, and in 1973 graduating from the Vancouver School of Art. Sculpture was her major, and jade carving became a way to make a living as an artist.
The opportunity arose in 1972 to learn the art of carving BC’s gemstone, at Vancouver’s New World Jade Co. The production of sculptural pieces created by this group over the next 3 years was impressive. Read More