Tallmadge Doyle is painter, printmaker, educator and public artist who’s work reflects on pressing issues of 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 US and abroad. She recently exhibited solo exhibitions at Augen Gallery in Portland, the Davidson Gallery in Seattle and was included in the Berlin Print Biennial at the Galleri Heike Arndt in Germany . She has participated in residencies at Kingsbrae International Artist Residency, Ucross, Brush Creek, Playa and Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. “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.” In 2021 she received an Oregon Arts Commision Opportunity Grant and an additional grant from the Ford Family Foundation in support of her new body of work “Celestial Ocean” and an Artist Residency at the Sitka Center For Art and Ecology.