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Dodie Looking in the Pond

watercolor
15” x 20”

Dodie Losing Her Head with Beads

watercolor
4” x 6”

Dodie Reflection at Night

oil on linen

Dodie Reflective

watercolor
6” x 4”

Dodie Looking at Reflection

watercolor

Dodie in the Basement

watercolor
6” x 4”

Dodie at Night

oil on linen

Dodie Losing her Head

watercolor
6” x 4”

Dodie Flying

watercolor
15” x 20”

Dodie Hiding Behind a Tree

watercolor
15” x 20”

Dodie at Night

watercolor
4” x 6”

Dodie Falling in a Hole

watercolor
6” x 4”

Dodie is an alter ego of mine. She was invented in 1981 as a dresser in my “Grandmother Series.” Gradually she became transformed into a woman who had a little space between her head and her neck the way a dresser sometimes does.

I have painted little pictures of Dodie and big paintings for Dodie, in a variety of circumstances. She has had adventures in Maine, at Dorland Art Colony in Temecula, California, and in my studio. She has been made into a children’s book too. When I can think of nothing to paint, I can paint some Dodie pictures.

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