“Grassy Waters”
24 x 36 in.
Photo: Richard Kendall

Sharon Doyle was born and raised in the Washington, D.C. area before relocating to Florida in 1993. Early on she spent endless hours in the National Gallery of Art, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Phillips Collection. So began her obsession with the Masters. Always with pencil and paper in hand, Sharon began drawing and painting what she loved most — nature. After a very successful professional life, Sharon turned her obsession into her daily vocation, studying under Morgan Samuel Price, Mary Erickson, Don Demers and now Bill Farnsworth.

Sharon’s paintings capture the essence of the moment, the mood of the day, and the fleeting effect of light. Sharon’s paintings are inspired by her many travels to the Northeast United States and Europe. While some of her pieces are strictly studio pieces, many of her works had their beginnings as plein air studies. Seeing and painting color, one spot of color next to another, influenced by light and, more importantly, by shadows, is Sharon’s daily mantra. Join Sharon on her journey and discover what the Impressionists found long ago — the beauty of light dancing across the canvas.

Sharon is a member of the National Association of Women Artists, American Impressionist Society and Oil Painters of America. She now resides in Jupiter, Florida, and travels to the Northeast and Europe for her inspirations.

All photographs of the artwork taken by Richard Kendall Photography.

Visit Sharon’s website at: www.sharondoylefineart.com 

For inquiries contact:
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