For Grayson, the freedom to wonder about and wander into these spaces – to recognize and relish these moments–provides an opportunity for more expansive ways of seeing and being. Grayson works to grow and evolve her practice in ways that represent the fullness of the matters of Black life.
Deborah Grayson was born and raised in Washington, DC and Montgomery County, Maryland. (Go-Go for life, Can’t Mute DC). She earned a BA in English Language and Literature from the University of Maryland, College Park and an MA and PhD in American Studies from Michigan State University where her areas of concentration were literature, history and science. Grayson is an independent scholar and workshop facilitator. Her studio is located in NE Washington, DC.
Printmaking Techniques: relief (woodcut, linocut), screenprint, intaglio (dry and wet etching, solarplate), lithography.