Bainbridge Island Review


Roby King Galleries presents solo show of Raenell Doyle still lifes, landscapes

March 9, 2013 · Updated 12:52 PM

'Summer in My Garden,' an 18x24 oil-on-panel by Raenell Doyle. / Image courtesy of Roby King Galleries

The art of Raenell Doyle is featured in a solo exhibition in March at Roby King Galleries.

Doyle is committed to the beauty of classical still life painting. Her compositions contain a variety of textural surfaces, bone china, metallic vessels, antique wooden surfaces and glass. Then combining those objects with living forms, the fruits and flowers of her own garden, she creates intricate and sumptuous artwork.

Landscapes are a new genre for Raenell, romantic pastoral scenes integrating sheep, herding dogs and the occasional shepherdess into the naturally lush green landscape of the Northwest.

Roby King Galleries is at 176 Winslow Way East.

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