Welcome to the fleuryblue blog.

This site was created as a way to explore and share creative process, inspiration, and ideas. Thanks for stopping by. Please join in the conversation and happy creating.

:  Debra Fleury  :


10 Responses to “About”

  1. jojazito Says:

    Really nice! Can’t wait to see it develop.

    : love joja :

  2. dustbowl Says:

    Sweet site. Way a go Debra. – Dustbowl 😉

  3. The Empty Notebook Says:

    Our school showed your works as an example of what we could do and I was so inspired. All your work is amazing and I love your ceramic pieces. Keep up the great work!

    • fleuryblue Says:

      I love making art and inspiring others. Thank you for inspiring me right back. I would love it if you would share what you are making.

      : debra :

      • The Empty Notebook Says:

        Thank you so much for replying to my comment. It’s a real honor! 🙂 I’m still in high school so I don’t really draw a lot/professionally but I sometimes post my drawings on my blog: http://emptynotebook.wordpress.com

        I’d really love it if you could give me some tips on art. I want to pursue art as a career when I grow up and you’re such a great artist that I think your tips would be so valuable. Thanks and keep on rocking!

  4. Andrea Romano (Student) Says:

    I am a fan of your work and your love for sea creatures!! I would like to know a little bit about you: where you grew up, school, etc!!

    • fleuryblue Says:

      Hello, Andrea. Thank you so much. I’m sorry for the late reply. For some reason I missed seeing your comment until now. I grew up in Connecticut. On the weekends and during the summers my family would travel to Cape Cod to stay at our little beach cottage. I enjoyed spending many hours along the shore, looking at broken shells and creatures. Today, bodies of water are a big draw for me and a continual inspiration in my work. I attended MassArt in Boston Massachusetts where I studied studio art and design. I learned to work with clay at Mudflat Studio in Somerville Massachusetts.

  5. tagineeeeart Says:

    I love your work and your organic form inspiration. I’m currently an art student studying my final year before I go to art college. For my coursework, I have to write an essay based on my title- ‘ abstraction in nature’ analysing the abstract textures and forms within nature . I have chosen your work to explore within my essay. I was wondering if I could have your email address so I could ask you a few questions for my essay research ?

  6. Angela Carone Says:

    Hello – how does one go about purchasing a work from you? I don’t see a link to a gallery? Do you sell privately or through a retailer? Thanks, Angela

  7. fleuryblue Says:

    Hello, Angela. I sell privately and also through open studio events twice a year in my studio that is part of the Mudflat Studio facility. mudflat.org.

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