Todd L. W. Doney
Assistant Professor, Fine Arts
Visual Arts Department
Liberal Arts Division
M.F.A, Jersey City University
A.A., American Academy of Art
B.A., Thomas Edison State College
Todd was born in Chicago, IL and grew up in the near-north suburbs. After graduating high school, he started his art education at a local community college and then went on to attend the prestigious American Academy of Art in Chicago where he was awarded the Union League Scholarship Award. He earned his M.F.A. in Painting from New Jersey City University.
Todd's gallery work includes one person shows at the Morris Museum in Morristown, NJ, Broadfoot & Broadfoot, NY, NY, the College of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ and Gallery MacEgan, Morristown, NJ. His paintings have also been exhibited at Drumthwacket (The Governor’s Mansion) in Princeton, NJ, the Paterson Museum in Paterson, NJ, The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, The Arts for the Parks National Competition in Wyoming, and the Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibitions in New York among others. Currently, Todd's work is being represented by Broadfoot & Broadfoot in NY, NY. His works are in public and private collections worldwide.
Currently, he is an assistant professor of art at the County College of Morris in Randolph, NJ,where he teaches drawing, painting, and foundation classes. Prior to that, he has held positions at New Jersey City University, Seton Hall University, the College of Saint Elizabeth and the American Academy of Art in Chicago.
Todd lives with his family in Gillette, New Jersey. His home is situated adjacent to the Great Swamp Wildlife Refuge, which is an inspiration for much of his work.