Deborah DeWit Marchant is a self-taught photographer, painter, and writer. She has been exhibiting her work in galleries in the Northwest for over twenty years, and her images have been used on the covers of books, magazines, and in calendars. Her work is housed permanently in the Museum of Art in Nevada and many corporate collections. She lives outside of Portland, Oregon. Her first book, Traveling Light: Chasing an Illuminated Life, has gone through two printings.
Deborah DeWit Marchant and her husband Robert live and work with their three cats and their nine pigeons in a suburb of Portland, Oregon. Her artwork can be found in private, public and museum collections across the country and has been used on the covers of books and magazines, in calendars and on cards. She is the author of two other books: Traveling Light: Chasing an Illuminated Life, a photographic and literary memoir about her development as an artist, and Deborah DeWit Marchant: In the Presence of Books, a collection of book-themed paintings and pastels with text by Kim Robert Stafford. [from Amazon.com, 4/8/2013]