Through accident or design, you've arrived at the website for Huckleberry Farm Studios. We are Deborah DeWit, artist, and Carl Vandervoort, filmmaker.
Please wander through the results of our 35 year love of image making, past and recent paintings, pastels, photographs, books and films. Here you will also be able to read about the ongoing restoration of Huckleberry Farm, the gone wild land and rustic but stately house we purchased in 2009. A project of creation and love, it is a central part of both our lives and our careers, and continues to inspire images and stories. I hope you enjoy visiting our world. Please contact me with questions or comments. I'd love to hear from you.
Exhibitions & Events
The first month of a new year is time for planning, making schedules, setting goals. Carl and I are looking forward to a busy year in the studio and on our land. Although several new video projects are in progress and announcements about them will come later in the year, we are happy to announce now that you can stream for a small rental fee Wetlands: Seasons of Mind our 2010 documentary about art and the environment. To view a trailer and rent the film click on this link https://vimeo.com/ondemand/wetlandsseasonsofmind
DeWit-Marchant Fine Art and Graphics, publisher of my notecards for the past 25 years closed in August of 2015. This February a new line of notecards using my paintings and pastels will be released by a Portland card company. Details will be available very soon! And Sellers Publishing will be publishing a small gift book of my photographs in the Fall of 2016. I have another show scheduled with White Bird Gallery in Cannon Beach, Oregon in September. It's going to be a busy year!
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In August of 2009 Carl and I visited the small beach town of Manzanita on the North Coast of Oregon where Carl had shared a holiday home for many years. On a whim, we took a slightly different route, heading further south from there to a place where Carl bought flowers at a roadside stand many times in the years before.