Artist Todd L. W. Doney, professor of visual arts at County College of Morris (CCM), has been invited to participate in an exhibition of New Jersey inspired landscapes at the governor’s mansion.
Doney's painting, "Great Swamp October 8, 5:58 p.m." will be on view, along with pieces by W. Carl Burger, Gary Godbee, Tricia Zimic and others, at Drumthwacket, the governor’s mansion, 354 Stockton Street, Princeton, as part of a year-long exhibition running until July 31, 2014.
The invitation follows Doney's recent solo exhibition, Nature Sublime: Landscape Painting
, at the Morris Museum. Several of the paintings from that exhibit will be on view in New York City at Broadfoot & Broadfoot's Lower East Side gallery, The 155 Project, from July 14 through August. The gallery, www.the155project.com/
, is located at 155 Orchard Street, New York, between Stanton and Rivington.
A self-described neo-impressionist and neo-romantic, Doney paints landscapes inspired by his own backyard – the Great Swamp Wildlife Refuge. His paintings reflect the beauty and variety of nature through the seasons, accented by the vivid colors of the sun.
He has held one-person exhibits at Broadfoot & Broadfoot, the Gallery MacEgan in Morristown, the College of Saint Elizabeth, New Jersey City University, Griffin Gallery in Madison and at the Brickton Art Gallery in Park Ridge, IL. Other exhibitions include the Paterson Museum in Paterson, 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, his work is represented by Broadfoot & Broadfoot located in New York City and Boonton. His works are in public and private collections worldwide.
Doney joined the CCM faculty in 2011 and teachers drawing, painting, portfolio and presentation classes at the college.
For additional information on Doney, visit http://www.todddoney.com/