About ceciliawhittakerdoe

I am an artist living and working in Brooklyn.

Where to Draw the Line

I have two artworks in this group exhibit curated by D.Dominick Lombardi at OneWay Gallery in Narragansett RI.

OneWay Gallery
140 Boon Street
Narragansett, RI 02882

September 14 – October 14, 2018

Artists in the show include:
Stephen Cook, S. W. Dinge, Don Doe, Grant Hargates,
Tom Huck, Sarah Jacobs, Don Keene, Dominick Lombardi,
T. Michael Martin, Rebecca Mason Adams,Creighton Michael
Cecilia Whittaker-Doe, Michael Zansky


Talking Pictures “Six Paintings”

I am pleased to be exhibiting again with Talking Pictures. talkingpicturesblog
Cathy Nan Quinlan is starting a new series called “Six Paintings” in which an artist shows 6 works and there’s a Friday night opening, and then on that Sunday there’s an afternoon discussion (of a particular nature–you have to come to see what it’s all about).
Friday January 26 from 6-9 and then Sunday Jan 28 at 3:00.
I am the first artist to be exhibited in this series.

VIVE Art Benefit


Honey Ramka Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

On July 27th I will have my painting Red Tree up for sale at this benefit art evening:

Since 1984 the Vive Shelter, located in Buffalo NY, has worked to assist individuals seeking asylum in the United States or Canada due to the inability to return to their homeland. Over the past 33 years, Vive has provided legal assistance and refuge for over 100,000 people many of whom have suffered from religious persecution and hardship in their native countries.

With the increasing focus on deporting non-citizens by the Trump administration, Vive has become overwhelmed with a surge of refugees. Operating solely on donations and grants, the facilities are in need of constant repair, and increasing cases demand more staff and legal aids.

In hopes of assisting Vive’s humanitarian efforts we have partnered with Honey Ramka gallery and over 70 artists to hold a one-night art benefit. Through community, creativity, and donations we resist the current administration’s program of absolutism and authoritarianism.

-Rachel Phillips and Anna Ortiz



New CopenYork

Two of my paintings, “Pricker” and “Chance Encounter” are up in an exhibit at Protégé Gallery in Chelsea through April 13th, 2017

New CopenYork
D. Dominick Lombardi and Eric Prince, Curators

Galerie Protégé
197 Ninth Ave (Lower Level – Chelsea Frames)
New York, NY 10011
Tel: 212-807-8726
Huffington Post Article

Curator Dominick Lombardi:
New CopenYork is the first, in what I hope to be a series of exhibitions that share the visual arts cultures of New York City and Copenhagen. Over time, Copenhagen-based Co-Curator Eric Prince of Prince Gallery CPH and I will reveal a small selection of the various styles, media and genres of our respective local contemporary art scenes beginning with this show at Galerie Protégé.
Exhibiting artists:
Don Doe
Cecilia Whittaker-Doe
Joseph Meloy
Jesse Pasca
Kirstine Aarkrog
Anna Kristine Hvid Pertersen
Johannes Siversten
Helen Vestergaard

Talking Pictures 1st Invitational


I will have a painting, Pricker, included in this group exhibit curated by Cathy Nan Quinlin, Paul D’Agostino and Jeffrey Bishop.  I’m so pleased to be included in such good company of artists:

Michele Araujo, Meg Atkinson, Jeffrey Bishop, John Descarfino, James Donahue, Charles Luce, Brent Ridge, Marcy Rosenblat, Bob Seng, Fred Valentine and Charles Yuen

106 Van Buren St., Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn
Opening Reception Friday, March 10th 6 – 9
Discussion of Jeffrey Bishop’s interview with Susan Sontag March 12th at 4pm.
Additional hours to view the show: Saturday,  March 18th, 1 – 6

Jeffrey Bishop’s interview can be found here: talkingpicturesblog.com