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Roni Lynn Doppelt

Roni Lynn Doppelt has been
creating various forms of art since the early 1980's. She began with acrylic and watercolor abstract paintings and subsequently expanded into colorful creations on glass. She found a special talent for sculpture and has enjoyed creating numerous bronze pieces as well as alabaster and marble sculptures. She has excelled with mixed-media heart collages and abstract scapes of all kinds inspired by her abiding love of travel.


In a recent interview, Roni Lynn said, "My artwork is all about what I value most. Love of family and friends - love of life itself - appreciation of beauty - and love of color are all very important to me, and that is the reason they are always prevalent in my work." One of her favorite exhibitions was being featured in a show at The Armory Art Center in West Palm Beach. It was a show called Three Generations Of Love And Art and included sculptures and paintings by Roni Lynn, her daughter, Stephanie Doppelt Fisher, and her father, Stanley M. Katz.

Her work was recently shown at the remarkable Amsterdam-Whitney
International Fine Art Gallery in New York in 2018-20, The Pergande Gallery in Aspen in 2018-20, World Art Tours with Nina Torres in 2018-20, and The Sandra Neustadter Gallery in Delay Beach, Florida.

Roni Lynn was honored to be invited to participate in a unique and fabulous opportunity to have her art shown at the Ancient Olympia Town Hall during the 2020 Olympic Flame Ceremony in Ancient Olympia Greece. The virtual digital exhibition was called "Athletic Idea, Man And The Arts." It was to be followed by an extended actual exhibition in an art gallery in Athens.

Roni Lynn was a featured artist in early 2019 at the Hugh O'Neill Art Group in Jupiter, Florida. Exhibits and shows for 2019-20 to date include New York, Venice, Greece and Monaco as well as a third showing in Dubai. One of the 2019 exhibitions where her art was presented was in Paris at Carousel Du Louvre. Other shows of note include Miami River Art Fair 2016, World Art Tour New York 2016, The Heart of Delay 2017, World Art Tour Dubai 2017, Miami River Art Fair 2017, World Art Tour Venezia 2017, World Art Tour Dubai
2018. In addition to personal appearances and shows in international galleries, Roni Lynn's art and sculptures are always on view at her recently opened Roni Lynn D Gallery as well as H.T. Stuart Jewelers. Both are on world- famous Worth Avenue in
Palm Beach.

She has been commissioned by many interior designers. Roni Lynn's art can be found in country clubs, restaurants, office buildings, model homes and in the homes of many important art collectors in such diverse and international sites as Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Aspen, Miami Beach, New Orleans, Hong Kong, California, Michigan, Massachusetts, Texas, Canada, Dubai, Venice, Japan and more. Her art has also been featured in prestigious magazines like American Art Collector, Southwest Magazine, and Glow Magazine.

Places in Florida where Roni Lynn's work has been featured include The Conrad Hotel, Ellen Lyman Gallery, The Polo Club in Boca Raton, Art Connection in Pompano Beach, Gallery Biba in Palm Beach, Lincoln Road on South Beach, Miami, Naples, Tampa, and the Ocean Reef Club Gift Shop in Key Largo and the gift shop of the Boca Raton Museum of Art as well as PGA Resort and Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, and Bank Atlantic in Jupiter.

Roni Lynn was invited to exhibit her collages and painted glass vessels at the Big Drop Boutique at the Gansevoort Hotel on South Beach and at Just Hearts in
Delay Beach as well as at Art Connection in Pompano Beach, Venue BTQ, Trilogy Boutique and Aileen Il. Her showing at Big Drop in the Hamptons was so successful that she was invited back for the following summer as well. Roni Lynn's stylized hand-painted artwork on shoes and accessories are in the collections and wardrobes of
many celebrities.

Most notably, Roni Lynn has contributed her artwork to various charities for fund
raising events and has generously donated significant original pieces of her art to foundations like Morse Life and Albert
Einstein College.