Hanover, New Hampshire is home to artist Doug Henry. His art career spans 40 years, from book illustrator to fine artist. Doug grew up and around art by watching his father work as a graphic designer from an in home studio . In 1973 Doug attended Paier College of Art in New Haven, Connecticut, where he studied under the acclaimed trompe l'Oeil painter, Ken Davies. Doug majored in illustration.
For over 25 years his illustrations appeared in advertising campaigns, on book jacket covers and in trade publications. His clients have included Barrons, Random House, Scribners, Playboy Magazine, Federal Express and Visa. His illustrations have hung in the prestigious Society of Illustrators Gallery in New York City.
Some of his most recent work is dedicated to an artistic portrayal of Dartmouth College. This new body of work is called CAMPUSscapes of Dartmouth. The paintings depict unique perspectives of the campus throughout all the many changing seasons. Doug paints with acrylic on wood panels and on canvas.
Recently, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth purchased Doug’s portrayal of Tuck. The painting hangs in the school’s foyer and is part of their permanent collection.
Original Henry Artworks and CAMPUSscapes paintings along with framed prints are available at Doug's Online Store.
To commission a painting, contact Doug through his web site.