Deborah Kapoor is best known for her unconventional, mixed media paintings and wall installations with strong conceptual elements about the distilled poetry within cultural markers. Merging painting and sculpture with any process necessary as a vehicle for content, her painted dimensional works have been exhibited widely at venues such as the Trenton City Museum, the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (Chicago), Crane Arts Center (Philadelphia), The Kimball Art Center (Salt Lake City), Seattle City Hall, and many others. Her work has been published in numerous books including Encaustic in the Twenty-First Century (Ashley Rooney 2016), Authentic Visual Voices (Catherine Nash, 2013), The World Encyclopedia of Calligraphy (Holly Cohen Roochvarg & Christopher Calderhead 2012), Paper + Wax, Techniques for Combining Handmade Paper with Encaustic Paint (Michelle Belto 2012), and Encaustic with a Textile Sensibility (Daniella Woolf, 2010). Kapoor has taught at Columbia College (Chicago), College of DuPage, Harper College, and currently teaches at Bellevue College. She earned her MFA at the University of Delaware, and BFA at the University of North Texas. You can see more of her work in person at ArtXchange Gallery, Seattle, and Conrad Wilde Gallery in Tucson, AZ.