Deborah Mae Broad
Deborah Mae Broad is a full-time artist and retired professor who travels the country showing her work at art fairs. She has a studio on her farm in Minnesota where she lives with her husband, Byron; BarFly, the mule; Hog, the quarter horse; and a band of rescued dogs and cats. She taught printmaking, drawing and bronze casting at Minnesota State University in Moorhead, Minnesota, for 26 years, retiring in 2003. She has a bachelor's degree in art from Hollins University and a master's degree in printmaking from the University of Tennessee.