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Women Rights – An Artist’s Perspective – Deborah Morbeto

Women Rights – An Artist’s Perspective – Deborah Morbeto

UniteWomen.org is pleased to announce the third of twelve featured artists in our online art show “Women’s Rights: An Artist’s Perspective“. Deborah Morbeto’s artwork is entitled ‘Measure Up’


Do I measure up?  Do you?  To what standard? Who is doing the measuring and why? Who gets to decide?

I began taking self-portraits in 2010 armed with a handful of wigs, costumes, props and my camera and remote.  My intention is to invite viewers to think about the ways in which women can be seen.  I also want to ask questions about female stereotypes and prescribed roles that women assume in our culture.  The work speaks to freedoms, limitations and possibilities for women.  I hope to invoke dialog that leads to strengthen understanding of the female gender as it is seen in our first world culture.


Deborah graduated with a degree in Art History from Massachusetts College of Art in 1992. Deborah enjoys working on both large and small paintings that often use several different media, including oil and acrylic paint, found images, wax, paper, glue, pastel, crayon, chalk and pencil.

Deborah has sold numerous paintings to private collectors around the world and has produced several commissioned pieces as well.

Visit Deborah’s website here:

Deborah has a studio you can visit on weekdays at ArtSquare in Leesburg.


This online exhibition is in support of UniteWomen.org featured on this website and our Facebook page.

View UniteWomen’s online art show, “Women’s Rights: An Artist’s Perspective,” now.

In addition to the online exhibit, there will be a gallery exhibit held during November 2013.

Pam Foss Fine Art
202 South Talbot Street
St Michaels, MD 21663

Show Dates: November 1 to November 24, 2013
Opening reception: Saturday, November 2nd.

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