Digital photography

8" x 10" image size printed on 11" x 14" Hallite F fiber paper


Dorothea discusses how Morocco influenced here work 




Photographs from a recent trip to Morocco inspired me with their rich colors and varied textures.  Using them in collage, it has given a new depth and vibrancy to my work, carrying it forward into a new dimension. And some, like my last submission, must stand alone without alteration.




Dorothea is an artist and art collector.  She started out doing abstract sculpture and photography. Currently she is making collages and painting, while continuing to photograph.


At the Woodstock School of Art, Dorothea studied with Jenny Nelson and Robert Ohnigian and is currently taking classes with Jenne Currie. Her work has been exhibited at Cross Contemporary Art in Saugerties, Emerge Gallery in Saugerties (in a juried show), Lev Shalem Gallery (in a juried show), Intima Gallery in Saugerties, WAAM (in a juried show and members’ shows), at the Kleinert-James Gallery of Byrdcliffe (members' shows and 5x7) and the Woodstock School of Art.


Dorothea stated, “I have been an art collector for 30 years, which is a form of creative expression.  My choices and how I display them all stem from my 'eye' — my vision and aesthetic.  Since living in Woodstock, I have studied painting and collage.  I have begun to exhibit and sell my own work, while continuing to collect.  For me, it’s all about energy, color and shape. I was very inspired by my recent time in Morocco, and it’s showing up in my work


Dorothea is an Associate Broker at Halter Associates Realty in Woodstock and President of the Woodstock Public Library.

"Morocco—Blue Tunnel" Dorothea Marcus