About Jacqueline Doyle Allison
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Jacqueline Doyle Allison is an abstract painter who was born in Las Cruces, New Mexico. She received her BS specializing in graphic design and fine art from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Currently she lives in the mountains of north Georgia with her husband.
Her paintings have been widely shown in juried solo and group exhibitions in the United States including those at Ferst Center for the Arts, Atlanta, Georgia; Quinlan Visual Arts Center, Gainesville, Georgia; Roswell Visual Arts Center, Roswell, Georgia; Bowen Center for the Arts, Dawsonville, Georgia and Abernathy Arts Center, Sandy Springs, Georgia.
She is the recipient of international awards including finalist in the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights 2015 Bioethics Art Competition, “Express the Gift of Healing: Body, Mind and Spirit.” In addition, her works are in corporate and private collections throughout the United States including The Boston Consulting Group, Atlanta, Georgia, Emory University Hospital’s Winship Cancer Center, Atlanta, Georgia; Medical Information Technology, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia; and Applied Technical Services, Inc., Marietta, Georgia.
Her work has been published in Professional Artist Magazine, American Artwork, Still Point Arts Quarterly; Studio Visit, ArtAscent; Open: Journal of Arts & Letters; and A Walk into Abstracts. She also illustrated the book Healing Beauty~Artistry for the Soul.
Debi Lamb, Gallery Owner of The Art House Gallery in Atlanta, stated: “Jacqueline Doyle Alison's inspired contemporary works are much like the artist herself - very personal, textural & deeply moving - a collection that soars and still draws the viewer in. Her works lets you know the artist has a rich and interesting life - played out on canvas. I adore knowing Jacqueline more deeply through her body of visually stimulating works - yet, resting in them as well. A very delicate balance..."