Thursday, April 18 at 4:00pm
Lawrence Hall, 177
1190 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR
Tallmadge Doyle is an artist whose current Printmaking and Painting practice integrates intricate ecosystems of microscopic Ocean life forms with the expansive telescopic view of our solar system. These natural realms, dissimilar in scope yet, at times indistinguishable in form, overlap and intertwine. The resulting images serve as playgrounds for new visual realities where color is ethereal, vivid and brilliant, where light is unpredictable and form vibrates, allowing access into the abundance and immensity of what is often unseen.
Doyle grew up New York and attended The Cleveland Art Institute for undergraduate studies. In 1990 she came to Oregon to attend the MFA program at the University of Oregon focusing on Printmaking and Painting. Doyle’s work has been exhibited in numerous exhibitions throughout the United States and internationally. She is represented by the Seattle Art Museum Gallery and Davidson Gallery in Seattle, Augen Gallery in Portland and the Karin Clarke Gallery in Eugene. She is a member of the Los Angles Printmaking Society, the Boston Printmakers and Seattle Print Arts as well as the Southern Graphics Council International.
This lecture is made possible by the Laverne Krause Lectures and Exhibitions endowment.
*Lecture will be followed by a reception in the Laverne Krause Gallery.
Lectures are also live streamed and the videos are archived on YouTube.