Todd L. W. Doney of Gillette, professor of art at County College of Morris (CCM), is among four artists whose works are being featured in the inaugural exhibition at Broadfoot & Broadfoot’s newly opened gallery, The 155 Project, in the Lower East Side.
The exhibition, which opened in December, runs through January 31 at 155 Orchard Street, New York, New York. The gallery is open Wednesday through Friday from 1 – 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
Doney has three pieces, depicting New Jersey’s Great Swamp, including Swamp, Oct. 18, 5:58 PM, featured in the exhibit.
His gallery work includes one-person shows at Broadfoot & Broadfoot, Gallery MacEgan in Morristown, the College of Saint Elizabeth, New Jersey City University, Griffin Gallery in Madison, and the Brickton Art Gallery, Park Ridge, IL. His paintings have also been exhibited at the Paterson Museum, The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, The Arts for the Parks National Competition in Wyoming, and the Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibitions in New York among others. This summer, he is scheduled to have a one-person show at the Morris Museum in Morristown.
His works are in public and private collections worldwide, including the collection of comic icon Joe Kubert.
Born in Chicago, Doney began his education at a community college and then went on to attend the prestigious America Academy of Art in Chicago. He later earned his MFA in painting from New Jersey City University. He joined the CCM faculty in 2011 and teaches drawing, painting, portfolio and presentation classes at the college.
For additional information on Doney and his work, visit www.todddoney.com .