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TALLMADGE DOYLE 
Karin Clarke Gallery        760 Willamette St. Eugene, OR. 97401         541.684.7963         kclarkegallery@mindspring.com
Underwater Garden - New Prints and Paintings
October 2 - 26, 2019
Reception: Friday, October 4, 5:30- 7:30 pm
                    6 pm ArtWalk tour stop/interview
Artist Talk: The Evolving Printmaking Process and the new series High Tides Rising, Friday, October 11th at 5:30
Tallmadge Doyle is a printmaker, painter and public artist. Born in New York City, now based in Eugene, OR Tallmadge received her BFA from the Cleveland Art Institute and an MFA from University of Oregon. 
She has participated in over 150 national and international exhibitions and her work is included in over 30 public collection in the U.S. and abroad.

Recent exhibitions include the Berlin Print Biennial, Transit Berlin 2019 in Roskild Denmark, North American Print Biennial in Boston, Atlanta Print Biennial and ClimART in San Francisco. She has participated in artist residencies at Playa, Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Kingsbrae International Residency, Brush Creek Arts Foundation, and will be a resident at the Ucross Foundation in 2019. 

High Tides Rising XXII, Woodcut, Line etching. 
18 x 24 inches. 26 x 32 inches (framed). SOLD!
Edition of 10.
High Tides Rising XX
High Tides Rising XX, Woodcut, Line etching. 
18 x 24 inches. 26 x 32 inches (framed).
Edition of 10.
High Tide Rising XI, Woodcut, Line etching,India ink, Watercolor. 
18 x 24 inches. 26 x 32 (framed).
Edition of 10.
High Tides Rising XXI, Woodcut, Line etching. 
18 x 24 inches. 26 x 32 inches (framed)
Edition of 10.
High Tides Rising XXX (octopus), Woodcut, Line etching, Watercolor.
18 x 24 inches. 26 x 32 inches (framed). SOLD!
Edition of 10.
High Tides Rising XXXI (sea turtle), Woodcut, Line etching, India ink, Watercolor. 
18 x 24 inches. 26 x 32 inches
Underwater Garden XII, Line Etching, Aquatint.
Unique Print.
Amazon II, India Ink, Watercolor Intaglio.
Mapping Flight V, India Ink, Watercolor, Intaglio.
Mapping Flight VI, India Ink, Watercolor, Intaglio.
Underwater Garden VI, Line etching, Aquatint, Watercolor.
Underwater Garden X, Line etching, Aquatint.
Unique Print.
Underwater Garden XI, Line etching.
Unique Print.SOLD
Mapping Flight VII, India Ink, Watercolor, Intaglio.
Mapping Flight IV, India Ink, Watercolor, Intaglio.
Mapping Flight III, India Ink, Watercolor, Intaglio.
Unidentified Species XIV
Unidentified Species XV
Unidentified Species IV
Flight Patterns X
High Tides rising V
Unidentified Species III
Unidentified Species X
Tallmadge Doyle works at the gallery:
Tallmadge Doyle Artist Statement:
My new work investigates moments of ecological shifts through the lens of environmental events such as rising sea levels and animal migrations. I explore tensions between natural structures and the synthetic, cartographic elements used to map scientific information, pushing the contrast between mechanical line and organic form. 

I am interested in portraying layers of time as they relate to geological history and how ecosystems are altered over time from both human-made and natural forces. I reflect on scientific data and mapping pertaining to the fragility of our ecosystems and pressing issues of shifting climatic conditions. 

In recent years I have had the opportunity to participate in several artist residencies in the remote North American locations of Playa in the Oregon Outback, Kingsbrae International Artist Residency on the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick Canada, and Brush Creek Arts Foundation in Wyoming. These are locations rich in geological history which prompt me to draw connections between what I observe from the land, water, plant and animal life and mapping of the environment and its history.   I desire to create art which guides the viewer to develop a deep sense of relationship with the environment, generating mindful impact and forward thinking dialogue.
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Ferns and Fiddleheads, aquatint, 13/17 ed. var.