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About David Dozier

David Dozier DAVID A. DOZIER

David A. Dozier teaches art history, painting in oils and watercolor, drawing, calligraphy and block printing at the Chicago Waldorf School, as well as drawing skills to adults in the Arcturus Rudolf Steiner Education program. He has a Master\'s degree in Education (with a Certificate in Waldorf Education) from Antioch New England Graduate School, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Layton School of Art and Design with academic accreditation from Marquette University.
Proficient in all the traditional media; oils, pastels, watercolors, drawing, printing, and sculpture, his work ranges from paintings done from imagination to portraits, landscapes, and still life done with an impressionist palette, with color appropriate to the light conditions.
He has been affiliated with Jadite Gallery in New York City, Cooper Gallery in Jersey City, the Visual Arts League in New Brunswick, and the Indianapolis Museum of Arts Alliance Gallery. His paintings have been exhibited in galleries and non-profit spaces in New York City, Washington, D.C., Virginia, Puerto Rico, and throughout New Jersey. He is a past President of the Artist League of Central New Jersey, a founding member of the Visual Arts League of New Jersey, and has been featured in the Art Goes Public program of Middlesex County, where demonstrated oil painting techniques in public locations for many years.
He studied oil painting and impressionist color with: Henry Hensche, Cedric Egeli at the Cape Cod School of Art, Richard V. Goetz both privately and at The Art Students League of New York, and Richard Antholz at the National Academy. He also studied drawing privately with William B. Weltman in New York City.