I create art, time ceases to exist. I am caught up in the act of creating. It's a new world, a world close to the divine and
I could fall over the doorstep into eternity with the brush still in my hand and not miss a stroke."
Bobbi Doyle-Maher is a native of East Tennessee. She is self-taught and began painting in 1974. She is proficient in various
mediums including watercolor, oil, pastel, acrylic, monotype, encaustic and Digital Imaging. Her work hangs in private collections
in the US and abroad.
She moves back and forth between traditional painting and digital imaging techniques with ease
and finds that doing so helps her see with a new perspective. Many of her traditional paintings are painted from her imagination.
She feels a strong kinship with nature and her primary goal is to create mood and feeling in her work.
Featured in Chroma Paint Talk March 2008
Digital Printing: Harald Johnson 2003, Gallery Showcase
Mastering Digital Printing: Harald Johnson, 2nd edition 2005
(Cover) and Gallery Showcase
50 Fast Photoshop 7 Techniques: Gregory Georges 2002,
Chapter 6: Technique 30
Muse Whispers, volume two (Cover)
The Other Side. A Collection of Poems (Cover)
The Big Picture: May/June 2002, pg.64
Seybold San Francisco 2002, Sept. 9-12: Finalist Digital Art
Adobe Digital Imaging Competition 2003. Honorable Mention
Corel Procreate Painter Digitalism Tour: Digital Art Gallery
AGO Gallery: Dec. 2002, Artist of the month
Tennessee Artists Spring Show: Second Place Music &
Arts Festival, Sevierville TN: Second Place 1978, 1976, 1974