Debi Carson

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Debi Carson is a contemporary artist and interior designer. Her abstract paintings on canvas and surfboards are found in public and private collections throughout the world.

Biography[edit]

Debi Carson earned a Bachelor of Science degree in interior design from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas and holds an NCIDQ certificate. Debi's early career was spent in custom residential design and interior merchandising throughout the continental US. Debi moved to Baltimore to continue work in interior merchandising and expanded her design experience to include hospitality and commercial specialties. She relocated to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands in 2001 to continue interior design work and creation of original contemporary art. She was also a frequent contributor for travel publications including Inflight Magazine and Maco Caribbean Living.[1][2] Debi currently resides in Tortola with her husband, Josh.

Interior design[edit]

Debi's interior design work is most recognized for her abstract art characterized by vivid colors. Her project portfolio includes Peter Island Resort (Condé Nast Traveler “Gold List” 2007) and law firm Conyers, Dill & Pearman.

Surfboard art[edit]

Debi Carson utilizes surfboards as a medium in her collaboration with her father-in-law Bob Carson, a recognized surfboard designer and shaper.[3]

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