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Artist ( art: visiting)artist

Rose Eleanor Wilhelm Doster, American Artist ( art: visiting)artist. Recipient numerous awards including George Peabody award, 1960, Judges Choice award Dorchester Educators Art Show, 1990, Best of Painters award Artisan's FairQueen Anne Rotary Club, 1992, National Potpourri Contest winner Floral and Nature Crafts Magazines, 1995, 96, medal from Governor and First Lady Maryland, 1998.

Background

Doster, Rose Eleanor Wilhelm was born on May 11, 1938 in Baltimore. Daughter of Lewis Milford and Leeanora A. (Naylore) Wilhelm.

Education

Certified illustration and design, Art Instruction School Minneapolis, 1956. Certified design and painting, Maryland Institute College Art., 1960. Postgraduate, Maryland Institute College Art., 1962.

Career

Exhibited in one-woman shows: Hampstead Library Gallery, 1969, 70, Aurora Federal Gallery, Baltimore, 1969, Goodman Gallery, Ellicott City, Maryland., 1971, Central Savings Gallery, Towson, Maryland., 1971, Parkville (Maryland.) Library Gallery, 1972, Equitable Trust Bank Reisterstown Gallery, Baltimore, 1973, Hanover Art Guild, 1981, Maryland. Center Public Broadcasting, 1982, Kent Island Federation of Art Gallery, 1990, others. Exhibited in group shows: St. John's College, Johns Hopkins, Goodman Gallery, Slayton House, Columbia, Maryland., Paynter Gallery, Rehoboth, Delaware, Hilltop House, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, 1974-1986, Baltimore Museum Art Downtown Gallery, 1976, Towsontowne Arts Festival, 1977-1979, 82, 84, McDonough School's Cleveland Gallery, 1978, Unicorn Gallery, 1979, Canon Building United States House of Representatives, Washington, 1981-1982, Maryland.

State NLAPW, Art Exhibit, Baltimore, 1983, Annapolis, 1985, Maryland. chapter National League American Penwomen, 1983, EastonArt Academy, 1987, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, Invitational Craft Show, Cordova, 1988, Dorchester County Art Showcase, 1989, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, Salisbury-Wicomico Arts Festival, 1993,St. Michaels Maritime Museum Show 1992-1993, 94, 95, Chesapeake College Art Show, 1987, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, Dorchester Educators Art Show, 1990, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 97, Working Artists Forum Juried Show, 1995, 96, 97. Teacher drawing, painting and ceramics, 1968^. Craft superintendent Carroll County 4H Fair, 1982, 83, 84, 85.

Active Boy Scouts American, Girl Scouts United States. Leader Shiloh Clovers 4-H Club, Shiloh Clover's 4-H Club, 1983-1984. Trustee Baltimore Museum Art.

President Carroll County Arts Council, 1975-1976, 94. Vice president Caroline County Arts Council, 1993, president 1994;judge Montgomery County Fair, 1984, 86, 87, Howard County Fair, 1985, Baltimore County 4-H Fair, Frederick County Fair, 1988, Caroline CountyFair, 1989, 90, Easton Art Academy Children's Exhibit, 1994, Federation Woman's Club of Denton Children's Competition, 1992-1993, 94, Maryland. State Fair, 1993, 94, 95.

Member board Carroll County Farmers Market— crafts. Elected member Working Artists Forum 1987-1988, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93^, secretary, 1992-1993, treasurer, 1993-1994, 95, 96, 97, 98.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibited in one-woman shows: Hampstead Library Gallery, 1969, 70, Aurora Federal Gallery, Baltimore, 1969, Goodman Gallery, Ellicott City, Maryland, 1971, Central Savings Gallery, Towson, Maryland, 1971, Parkville (Maryland) Library Gallery, 1972, Equitable Trust Bank Reisterstown Gallery, Baltimore, 1973, Hanover Art Guild, 1981, Maryland Center Public Broadcasting, 1982, Kent Island Federation of Art Gallery, 1990, Heron Point Gallery, 2003, others. Exhibited in group shows: St. John's College, Johns Hopkins, Goodman Gallery, Slayton House, Columbia, Maryland, Paynter Gallery, Rehoboth, Delaware, Hilltop House, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, 1974-1986, Baltimore Museum Art Downtown Gallery, 1976, Towsontowne Arts Festival, 1977-1979, 82, 84, McDonough School's Cleveland Gallery, 1978, Unicorn Gallery, 1979, Canon Building United States House of Representatives, Washington, 1981-1982, Maryland State NLAPW, Art Exhibit, Baltimore, 1983, 2004, 06, Annapolis, 1985, Maryland chapter, 2004, National League American Penwomen, 1983, Easton Art Academy, 1987-1997, 2000-2004, 05-06, International Craft Show, Cordova, 1988, Dorchester County Art Showcase, 1989-1997, Salisbury-Wicomico Arts Festival, 1993, St. Michaels Maritime Museum Show, 1992-1995 Chesapeake College Art Show, 1987-1995, 2005, Dorchester Educators Art Show, 1990-1992, 94-97, Working Artists Forum Juried show, 1995-2007, Waterfowl Festival Art Show, 2003-2010, Chestertown Wildlife Art Show, 2003-2006, National League American Penwomen, 2004-2006. Portrait Girl In Hat, Washington College, Chestertown (pastel 1st prize, 2003), Juried Into Rehoboth Art League Biennual Painting Competition, 2005, 07, Juried Into Rehoboth Art League Pleinaire Paint-0ut Festival, 2008, 10, Rehoboth Place Art Festival, 2010, Westlife Festival Easton Board, 2009, 10.

Membership

Leader Shiloh Clovers 4-H Club, 1983-1984. Trustee Baltimore Museum Art. President Carroll County Arts Council, 1975-1976, 94.

Vice president Caroline County Arts Council, 1993, president, 1994. Judge Montgomery Cunty Fair, 1984, 86, 87, Howard County Fair, 1985, Baltimore County 4-H Fair, Frederick County Fair, 1988, Caroline County Fair, 1989, 90, Easton Art Academy Children's Exhibit, 1994, Federation Women's Club of Denton Children's Competition, 1992-1993, 94, Maryland State fair, 1993, 94, 95, Dorchester Educators Show, 2004. Member board Carroll County Farmers Market—crafts.

Elected member Working Artists Forum, 1987-1988, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93-, secretary, 1992-1993, treasurer, since 1993, assistant treasurer Talbot Company Visual Arts Center, craft show chair, 2010-2011, gallery exhibit chair, since 2010. Gallery exhibits chair, 2009-2010. Member National League American Pen Women (board art chairman 1970-1972, 1st vice president 1972-1974, president Carroll branch 1974-1976, branch historian 1976-1996, branch achievement chairman 1988-1990, 92-94, branch newsletter editor 1992-1993, 94, 2006-2008, state historian 1982-1984, 88-90, 93, chairman tri-state miniature art show 1993, chairman 50th anniversary Show 1995, Maryland state president, 2002-2004, chairman national slide/traveling art show, since 2004, treasurer Carroll branch since 2004, national art membership chairman since 2010, JUried Show Blue Ribbon, 2010), Working Artist Forum (treasurer 1994, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, chairman miniature painting show 1997), National Oil/Acrylic Painters Society, Portrait Society of America, Oil Painters American, Kent Island Federation of Art, Rehoboth Art League, Maryland Institute Art Alumni Associations, Baltimore Watercolor Society (associate), St. Michaels Art League (Hudson Watercolor award 2010), Plein Aire Painters of the Eastern Shore, Carroll County History Society (board directors since 1986, co-chair Local Color Easton, 2007, co-chair, plein aire easton's mid-shore choose three competition, 2008-2009, chair 2010-2011), Caroline County History Society, Miss Carroll's Doll Study Club (founder, president 1983), Eastern Shore Miniature Enthusiasts Club (founder, president), Eastern Shore Doll Study Club (historian 1993, library 1995, 96).

Connections

Married Jesse Alfred Doster, February 22, 1958. Children: Jeffrey Allen, Roxane Elana.

father:
Lewis Milford Wilhelm

mother:
Leeanora A. (Naylore) Wilhelm

spouse:
Jesse Alfred Doster

children:
Jeffrey Allen Doster

Roxane Elana Doster