Jeanette Doyle's





practice is generally concerned with picture making and the problem of producing compelling images in an image saturated culture.
The work also seeks to investigate our misrecognition of ourselves in the lives of others and the inevitable complexity of shared narratives.

Parallel tangents are crucial to the on-going development of the work as is a suspicion of coherence. 
This suspicion is made manifest by the adoption of numerous tools, strategies and stances also in the use of synchronous modes of representation which both re-enforce and refute each other. 
In recent years there has been a focus on the relationship between the dematerial and immaterial which has been made manifest pictorially.