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Barbara Ford Doyle

Barbara Ford Doyle

 

Bio: Doyle was born and raised on a small farm in Connecticut. She attended UMass Amherst and Southern Connecticut University majoring in art education. Moving to Cape Cod, she taught art/photography in public schools and published a line of stationery products. She maintains a website of Alternative Photo Imaging at www.bfdoyle.com and is a founding member of the digital artists group ArtSynergies www.artsynergies.com.

Statement: Computers have put the medium of digital photography in dialogue with painting, print-making and other kinds of art. I want my work to have a strong tactile quality if not from the digital file, then from the substrate or additional combinations of materials. I try to balance my time spent at the computer with variable-ridden, hands-on transfer processes.

Resume: selected exhibitions and publications 

2016 Chairs, Doors, and (or) Windows, juried show, Cotuit Center for the Arts

2016 A Sense of Place. Juror Jane Fulton Alt, gallery display, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT

2016 Black and White, juror Dean Brierly, gallery display, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT

2016 Black and White Portfolio Contest 2016, Excellence Award, published Special Issue #116 of B&W magazine, June 2016

2016 Current Impressions, Printmakers of Cape Cod, juried by Vicky Tomayko, Cultural Center of Cape Cod, South Yarmouth, MA

2016 Special Event at Orpheum Theater, I Siciliani, street portraits and screening of Cinema Paradiso, Chatham, MA

2016 Black & White Portfoli

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More About the Artist

Professional Affiliations:

ArtSynergies Printmakers of Cape Cod

Where Work is Displayed:

Province Art Association and Museum, Cotuit Center for the Arts

Services:

Workshops: Photo transfers.

Fees / Price Range:

Contact: bfdoyle@Comcast.net for workshop information/fees

PHOTOS

  • Street Art NYC #4

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