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Neal Doty (1941-2016) Artist Biography and Art Gallery Collection
Neal Doty, a true master of Modernism, uses captivating shapes and contrasting colors to create his masterpieces. He was born in Glendale, California in 1941 and his art education began at the Art Center of Design in Los Angeles. He went on to study at Los Angeles City College where he received his Associates Degree in Fine Art. He then completed his education at California State University at Northridge and earned his BA Degree in Fine Art. In 1976, Neal Doty was awarded 1st Place in the Larchmont Art Exhibit in Hollywood, California. Although his methods of painting have adapted to a very unique style, his works show influences ranging from Picasso's cubism period to the works of Matisse and Dali. He was an artist of control and aptitude evolved into high expectations of artistry. Neal Doty exhibited a true love of his work throughout his life, whether drawing, painting, etching or printmaking. His art has appeared at the N.Y. Art Expo in New York City, the Wash Art Fair in Washington, D.C., and the Basel Art Fair in Basel, Switzerland.
Neal Doty incorporated a love of jazz with the styles of Mondrian, Matisse and Dali. Neal has "pushed the envelope" in his innovative printmaking and painting techniques and has a vast body of work collected around the world. The Art of Neal Doty is in the treasured collections of museums, corporations, as well as many important foundations and private collections. Collectors of his artworks include His and Her Highness, the Emperor and Empress of Japan His Highness, Prince Ranier of Monaco, Elton John, Sister Sledge, 20th Century Fox Corporate Offices Paramount Studio The Cousteau Society Graphic Arts Society of America (Permanent Collection). Sadly Neal Doty passed away October 2016; he was 75.