Tallmadge Doyle is a painter, printmaker, teacher, and public artist who’s work reflects on issues of the environment related to climate change. Born in New York City now based in Eugene, Oregon. She 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. She has participated in artist residencies at the Ucross and Brush Creek Foundations, Playa Art Science Residency, Sitka Center for Art and Ecology and the Kingsbrae International Artist Residency in New Brunswick Canada.
Recent Exhibitions include the Berlin Print Biennial, North American Print Biennial in Boston and the Atlanta Print Biennial ad a solo exhibition at the Augen Gallery in Portland. This fall her etchings will be featured in the Tokyo-Kyoto-Osaka Printmaking Exhibition 2020 and the 3rd International Mini Print Exhibition in Cantabria, Spain.
Being present in the land to take in the colors, smells, sounds, and light qualities is a vital part of her process. She layers this collected sensory information with both real and imaginary cartographic elements. This invented imagery is a mapping of sorts, and allows an approach to combine a current reality with references to geological periods in the distant past and into the projected future of rapid climate change.