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Dorothy Lampl

Moroccan Jar

Moroccan Jar

Asian Porcelain

Asian Porcelain

Apricots & Oranges

Apricots & Oranges

Peonies & Moroccan Jar

Peonies & Moroccan Jar

Roses Roses

Roses Roses

Yellow Bowl

Yellow Bowl

Magenta Roses

Magenta Roses

Sunflowers - Sold

Sunflowers - Sold

Mud Man

Mud Man

Peach Roses with Oranges

Peach Roses with Oranges

Peonies with Figure

Peonies with Figure

Black Tray with Fruit - Sold

Black Tray with Fruit - Sold

Pansies - Sold

Pansies - Sold

Dorothy Lampl lives a private, contemplative life in Taos, New Mexico. Her main companions are her cats, her shelves of books, oriental objects, her garden and her paints, all of which remind her of the serene spectacle that surrounds us all.

Dorothy has held a brush in hand all her life. She drew and painted prolifically as a child, rendering characters and scenes she saw in movies on the back pages of her mother's steno pads. Her first figure class was at twelve years of age. She studied art in college, and continued honing her technique with various teachers, but primarily the renowned oil painter, Richard V. Goetz. Chase, Sorolla, Zorn and Sargent remain her other great influences.

She holds many national awards, and her paintings of still-life, landscapes and portraits, achieved in oil, pastel and also watercolor, can be found in numerous private collections worldwide. Dorothy paints because she is compelled to capture the breathtaking beauty of even the simplest facets of life. An integral figure in the Taos art community, Dorothy's colorful, detailed expression endure.