Title: My Father's Garden I
Size: 19 1/2" x 22"
Knepper-Doyle was born and raised in San Francisco, and therafter lived in South America and Europe where she studied art with many painters, finally emerging with a style both personal and yet reflecting the color of Latin America and the loose capturing of light of the French Impressionists.
Living in California again, Knepper-Doyle paints verdant glowing landscapes in oil and watercolor, especially the constant changes in her father's garden and the many surprises in Monet's garden in Givarney where she often treks for inspiration.
She has exhibited world wide, including the Grand Palais in Paris; the National Arts Club in New York; and the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China. She is included in many corporate collections and in the 1995 edition of Who's Who in American Art. For further information contact Virginia Knepper-Doyle at: 10 Tamalpais Circle, Belvedere, CA 94920.