Deborah Forman is the author of four books, all published by Schiffer Publishing: Perspectives on the Provincetown Art Colony, a two-volume history (2011); Contemporary Cape Cod Artists: Images of Land and Sea (2013); Contemporary Cape Cod Artists: People & Places (2014); Contemporary Cape Cod Artists: On Abstraction (2015). She wrote Horizon by the Sea: Paintings by George Xiong (2015), has written an essay for The Art of Carmen Cicero (Schiffer, 2013). Two of her essays are included in The Tides of Provincetown catalogue published in conjunction with the 2011 New Britain Museum of American Art’s exhibition. She wrote the script, conducted the interviews, and worked on the filming for Art In Its Soul, an award-winning documentary on the history of the Provincetown art colony, aired on public television stations nationwide. Deborah writes a monthly art column for the Cape Cod Times, and has published articles in the Cape Cod Times, Cape Cod VIEW magazine, and Art New England. She was the features editor of the Cape Cod Times and editor in chief of Cape Cod VIEW. She has a degree in journalism from Temple University in Philadelphia. She has taught four courses at Open University of Wellfleet and also at the Cape Cod Museum of Art. Deborah, who shows her art at Miller White Fine Arts in South Dennis, studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and at the Philadelphia Museum School of Art.