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I See You In There by Dorothy Riley
Light from the Window by Dorothy Riley
String Section by Dorothy Riley
Walking in the Rain by Dorothy Riley
Behind the Veil by Dorothy Riley
Lake Powhatan by Dorothy Riley
The World Beyond by Dorothy Riley
Asian Buffalo by Dorothy Riley
Sleeping Bear by Dorothy Riley
Asian Elephant by Dorothy Riley
Walk This Way by Dorothy Riley
It's Raining Outside by Dorothy Riley
Autumn Fields by Dorothy Riley
Light in the Darkness by Dorothy Riley
Skaters by Dorothy Riley
Cat Sleeping in the Sun. by Dorothy Riley
The Tiger in Spring by Dorothy Riley
Mountain View by Dorothy Riley
Red Poinsettias by Dorothy Riley
African Elephant and Friends by Dorothy Riley
Bromeliadf by Dorothy Riley
Under the Brisge by Dorothy Riley
Feeding Time by Dorothy Riley
Forest Path by Dorothy Riley
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About Dorothy Riley
While art has always been a part of my life, in recent years it has become a consuming passion. A self-taught artist, I love learning new techniques that challenge the upper reaches of my abilities. I live by the philosophy that the only two processes in life are growing and dying, and that as long as I am learning; I am holding the second stage at bay.
I love painting beautiful scenes that beg to be visited and simple, ordinary people that evoke deep emotional responses or provoke thought from the viewer. When I paint, I feel as if I am in complete control of my world; a world filled with honesty and compassion. I try to make every canvass express the power of this energy.
In the years to come I wish to be recognized for my honest yet respectful treatment of my subjects. So many things inspire me, everything from news reports to poetry, to topics of conversations. Everyday activities, familiar objects and places both real and imagined find their way on to my canvasses. Everyone has a story to tell. I try to capture just a fragment of their lives.