David Dozier

David teaches in a variety of fields, including art history, digital art, painting in oils, pastels and watercolor, black & white drawing, calligraphy, and block printing. He is currently teaching drawing classes in the winter at the North Brevard Art League in Titusville, Florida, and has taught at the Chicago Waldorf School and the Arcturus Rudolf Steiner Education program since 1997.


  • Antioch New England Graduate School - M.Ed.
  • Layton School of Art and Design - B.F.A.
  • Marquette University - academic accreditation
  • Private study with artists Richard V. Goetz; Henry Hensche; Richard Antholz; Cedric Egeli; William Weltman


Block printing, sculpture, watercolor, pastel, oil

Areas of focus:

Impressionist portraiture, figurative work



Other interests and inspirations:

Being in nature and the nature of consciousness

David's teaching style:

He emphasizes a unique approach to seeing in painting in impressionist color as well as the skill of academic drawing.

David loves EAC because . . .

He enjoys being able to share his teachings about color with students.

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painting of a woman in a blue and white dress