Her scenes of the American West feature themes of Native American life, wild animals, horses, and landscapes. Doolittle takes the medium of watercolor to a height I've never seen before. In fact, I can honestly say that I've never been particularly attracted to watercolors because they just seem so anemic compared to oils and acrylics. Doolittle's watercolors are anything but.
"Many people call me a 'camouflage artist,' but that doesn't really fit. If I have to categorize at all, I prefer to think of myself as a 'concept painter.' I am an artist who uses camouflage to get my story across, to slow the viewing process so you can discover it for yourself. Everything I do is intended to enhance the idea of each piece. For me, camouflage is a means to an end, not an end in itself. My meaning and message are never hidden."You really have to examine Doolittle's paintings very closely to appreciate the camouflage. Right click on them to enlarge.