September 27, 2022

Filed under: News — adamsdoyle @ 3:13 pm

I’m proud to share The Seeders by best-selling author Elena Danaan, featuring my art & design. Released last week, it immediately rocketed to #1 on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

It’s been an amazing collaboration of reciprocal inspiration. I’m honored to be involved with her document of such historic significance. I’m eagerly awaiting my copy so I can absorb all of the wisdom contained inside 🌟

For those interested in learning more-

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3E2mQ4G

Elena Danaan on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ElenaDanaan

September 15, 2022

Filed under: News — adamsdoyle @ 3:01 pm

New squirrel paintings

As city wildlife goes, squirrels are generally welcome and do well in the urban landscape. The funny thing is, they didn’t originally choose to be here.
They were taken from forests to Central Park in NYC in the 1870s, as well as other cities like Boston and Washington, DC, to revitalize the concrete jungle. Led by founding landscape architect and conservationist Frederick Law Olmsted, he introduced them to live among us in an effort improve mental health and compassion towards animals.

The word “squirrel” traces back through Middle English, French, Latin, and originally Greek, meaning “shadow-tail.”

Shadow-tail
Oil, 9×11″

Go!
Oil, 16×9″

Energized & Prepared
Oil, 8×10″

September 8, 2022

Filed under: News — adamsdoyle @ 11:25 am

Demure Summer Moon
Now available at Every Day Original
Update: Sold πŸ”΄

https://everydayoriginal.com/product/demure-summer-moon/
September 7, 2022

Filed under: News — adamsdoyle @ 3:39 pm

Shadow-tail
Oil, 9×11″

As city wildlife goes, squirrels are generally welcome and do well in the urban landscape. The funny thing is, they didn’t originally choose to be here.
They were taken from forests to Central Park in NYC in the 1870s, as well as other cities like Boston and Washington, DC, to revitalize the concrete jungle. Led by founding landscape architect and conservationist Frederick Law Olmsted, he introduced them to live among us in an effort improve mental health and compassion towards animals.

The word “squirrel” traces back through Middle English, French, Latin, and originally Greek, meaning “shadow-tail.”

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