Deborah Warner, Legacy of an Artist Video

With a 39 year career at Moore, Faculty Emerita Deborah Warner was the touchstone for the entire community in her many roles as a teacher, colleague, leader, mentor and friend. In 2001, Professor Warner was the recipient of the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award. Professor Warner served as Dean of the College from 1990-1993; President of the Moore Federation of Teachers from 1999-2004 and faculty representative to the Board from 2005-2007. Over her professional career, Professor Warner was in more than 45 group exhibitions and seven solo exhibitions.  She received several grants and awards including a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. Professor Warner retired in 2010 and had been preparing for an exhibition of new work when she passed away in July 2012.   To honor Warner's long-lasting and exceptional contributions to Moore, the College has established the Deborah Warner '69 Scholarship Fund.

Philadelphia's Rosenfeld Gallery is currently hosting a memorial exhibition of her work. Below is a beautiful video about her life and artwork.

Deborah Warner, Legacy of an Artist
Published on May 21st, 2013