Deborah is a landscape photographer who specializes in images of her ancestral home at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. Her ability to convey a sense of intimacy while capturing nature's effect on the ancient architecture lends to her unique vantage point. She feels that her photographs can teach others about the fragile landscape of her home without having to exploit her culture.
Ms. Lujan has shown her photography at various prestigious Native American juried art shows throughout the United States since 2012.
She is an accomplished classically trained musician who has played the violin for over four decades.
Her photography can be found at her gallery, Summer Rain Arts, located in her family home at Taos Pueblo.
Taos Pueblo has been continously inhabited for approxmiately 1000 years and has a culture and community that are still active and thriving today. The architecture of the multi-storied buildings is unique and is considered an influence to all other architectural styles in the region to present day. Taos Pueblo was placed on the US National Register of Historic Places in 1966 and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992.
My photographs are available in different formats and sizes: photo printed on paper (silver halide), photo printed on metal and ready to hang, and a handful of originals that are framed. Black and white is my forte, but color is beautiful too. Every photograph comes signed with an artist biography, a narrative explaning the background of each print, and business card. Please allow at least 3 weeks for delivery. If you have any questions, please refer to the CONTACT ME page at the top of the site. Thank you for visiting my website!
Color photograph printed on metal
12"H x 36"W
'Tiny flowers of scarlet globemallows grow in the ancient pueblo.'
Color photo printed on silver halide paper
Print measures 30"H x 20"W
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1st place Color Photography
2015 Santa Fe Indian Market
Santa Fe, New Mexico
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