Riley Doyle (b. 1990) was born and raised in Colorado. He attended Metropolitan State University of Denver for a BFA in printmaking. In 2014 he moved to Seattle to attend the 3 year Georgetown Atelier program. In the Summer of 2016 he attended the Hudson River Fellowship. In 2017 he was awarded a grant to produce large scale, multifigurative landscape compositions. In 2018 he was included in Southwest Art Magazine's 21 Under 31 feature issue. And in 2020, he was awarded a Certificate of Excellence by the Portrait Society of America for his painting Moment in the 202 International Portrait Competition. His current work draws from both his figurative training as well as his plein air practice. He teaches part time classes at Gage Academy in Seattle, WA where he lives.
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