Grace Rowland is an artist/musician from Central Texas. She makes cut paper, stained glass, graphic art, and is frontwoman of Austin psych-folk band The Deer. Grace Corinne Rowland was born in Lubbock, Texas in 1984. Not long after her family moved to New Mexico, where they lived in Las Vegas and later, Albuquerque. From an early age she both sang and drew, fascinated with broadway musicals and comic books. The family moved to Marble Falls, Texas when Grace was 11. She performed in plays, honed her artistic skills, and sang in church, school, & competition choir. She received a Louise-Merrick scholarship and studied vocal education at the Texas State School of Music. She finished her vocal degree while touring with her first working band, The Blue Hit. Grace's home and studio are now in South Austin. She continues to make paper and stained glass art on commission, display her original work in galleries, design graphics for music-related media, and is a working musician on tour part of the year.