Doug Randall
Doug Randall
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Looking North

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The Sycamores

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Sunrise Mountain

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Along the Stream

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The Ridge

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Lazy Creek

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Black Canyon

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Sugar Creek

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Fall Canopy

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Cripple Creek

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Wildwoods

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Whispering Trees

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Northwest Canyon

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Canyon Springs

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Rocky Branch

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Follow the Stream

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Confluence

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Late Snow

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Sunset

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Riverbend

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Healing Spring

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Canyonlands

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Summer Sunset

Gallery Reserve

For Viewing Only

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Rocky Mountain

About Doug Randall

Represented Artist

Doug Randall is a NW Arkansas artist. He was born in upstate New York in 1946, and as a child was introduced to art by watching the plein air artists painting the fall foliage in the Lake District. After being encouraged by his wife to take up painting, they decided to relocate to Charlottesville, VA so that Doug could attend the Holden School of Art in 1974. There he developed oil painting techniques that would come to influence his work.

Though he took a hiatus for almost twenty years to focus on building a house and raising two children, he returned to art again. In 1993 he entered a painting in the Sager Creek Arts Center Competitive Show in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, and won his first award. This further fueled his passion for painting. Over the years he has shown artwork in several galleries in the Midwest, and opened the Rocky Creek Art Gallery in Fayetteville, AR. In 2002 he had the once in a lifetime chance to show his art at the Off Broadway Gallery in London, England.

I call my art “Mindscapes”. I see what I want to see in my mind and paint it. It is a composite of places and experiences, which create illusion and emotion. My work could be abstract, impressionistic, or traditional. I love the play of colors and how they compliment each other. Many of my patrons have said, “It reminds me of someplace I’ve been before” and for me that is what my painting is all about.

About the art

Doug Randall is a NW Arkansas artist. He was born in upstate New York in 1946, and as a child was introduced to art by watching the plein air artists painting the fall foliage in the Lake District. After being encouraged by his wife to take up painting, they decided to relocate to Charlottesville, VA so that Doug could attend the Holden School of Art in 1974. There he developed oil painting techniques that would come to influence his work.

Though he took a hiatus for almost twenty years to focus on building a house and raising two children, he returned to art again. In 1993 he entered a painting in the Sager Creek Arts Center Competitive Show in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, and won his first award. This further fueled his passion for painting. Over the years he has shown artwork in several galleries in the Midwest, and opened the Rocky Creek Art Gallery in Fayetteville, AR. In 2002 he had the once in a lifetime chance to show his art at the Off Broadway Gallery in London, England.

I call my art “Mindscapes”. I see what I want to see in my mind and paint it. It is a composite of places and experiences, which create illusion and emotion. My work could be abstract, impressionistic, or traditional. I love the play of colors and how they compliment each other. Many of my patrons have said, “It reminds me of someplace I’ve been before” and for me that is what my painting is all about.