Dottie Stanley

Dottie Stanley's six decades of artistic experience began her studies with Arthur Maynard at Ridgewood Art Institute in New Jersey. Although not well know he is considered a master, a protégée of Frank Vincent DuMonde, in turn a protégée of Winslow Homer. Subsequently she studied with other preeminent artists including Everett Raymond Kinstler, William Scott Jennings, David Leffel, Ken Auster, Mary Beth McKenzie and Wolf Kahn. Her exposure to the training led her to paint dramatic lights and shadows, much like the work of Edward Hopper. This has led to winning juried national and international awards, including the New York American Artists Professional League, of which she is a Fellow. Her work is in collections of university presidents, architectural curators, corporate leaders and art enthusiasts world wide, and in Rome Stanley's art is mingled among the 14th,15th, and 16th century art that comprises a major private collection.

Vicky DeLong - Dottie Stanley