Oil on Canvas, 1990 148 x 118 cm Feeling the age but blossoming with ideas.
The Winter Forest
Pastel on Cartridge, 1992 60 x 49 cm A view of neighborhood during a winter season.
Idea of Wish
Pastel on Cartridge, 1992 80 x 80 cm
Oil on Canvas, 1992 40 x 50 cm Experimentation with colours and shapes to create a landscape view of town houses and rolling hills.
Scraperboard, 1994 64 x 46 cm Origins illustrates the ongoing endless process of evolution. The fish shape represents life and spirit. Machine of evolution creates new species by using air, water and heat.
Two Different Kinds Of Relationship
Scraperboard, 1994 43 x 43 cm The upper part of the painting is a representation of an unhealthy relationship featuring extreme hate and obsessive love. The lower part is a representation of a more stable relationship.
How To Solve A Problem
Scraperboard, 1994 46 x 46 cm The cross and a circle represent two individuals in the middle of the argument, while the lines represent a distance required to solve a problem. 'Thinking out of the box' is crucial to solve a problem.
Scraperboard, 1994 68 x 68 cm The black and white areas represent extremes a human character. The red dot suggests that nothing is truly as it seems to be.
The View Out of the Eyes from a Newborn
Pastel on Cartridge, 1995 48 x 48cm The painting represents Dorle's son Nicholas at the moment he was born and looked around the hospital room.
East is East & West is West
Pastel on Cartridge, 2000 46.5 x 46.5 cm
A Fragnant Field
Oil on Canvas, 2000 90.5 x 91 cm
Self Portrait 1, Weeds and Brambles
Oil on Canvas, 2001 90 cm x 120 cm Weeds and brambles represent a sign of life. Dorle's footsteps represent the was she limps and hops through life.
Harvesting Cotton Wool
Oil on Canvas, 2002 90 x 90 cm Imagination of a cotton being harvested.
Oil on Canvas, 2004 87 x 87 cm Feeling of a strange presence in the middle of the night.
Life After Death
Oil on Canvas, 2005 102 x 78 cm Inspired by Takis Evdokas' philosophical book about human beliefs about life after death.
The Chinese Wind
Oil on Canvas, 2006 39.5 x 50 cm
A Failed Relationship But Hope is Near
Pastel on Cartridge, 2006 44.5 x 58.5 cm
Oil on Canvas, 2007 40 x 50 cm The forms represent the four main elements - fire, water,earth, air. Dorle painted this painting a number of times using other mediums, such as gold leaf, to represent earth.
Self Portrait 2
Oil on Canvas, 2008 148 x 126 cm Feeling the age but blossoming with ideas.
Sweet Smell of Success
Oil on Canvas, 2014 103.8 x 89 cm Climbing on the top of the mountain. If you look at the peak, you will see drops of scent that represent your ambition. The space around the mountain suggests that one can fall from your ambitions, but can land softly, as represented by the graduate cap in the corner of the painting.
Man at the Top with Two feet on the group
Oil on Canvas, 2014 97.5 x 77.5 cm The painting represents an enormous achievement at the top of a uman ambition. Once at the top, one can be happy, but should be careful and ensure to stay firmly on the ground.
An Upset Man
Oil on Canvas with Gold Leaf, 2015 26.8 x 24.8 cm Exploring balance, colour, religion, moods and shapes.
Oil on Canvas with Gold Leaf, 2015 Exploring balance, colour, religion, moods and shapes.
The Happy Woman
Oil on Canvas with Gold Leaf, 2015 26.8 x 26.8 cm Exploring balance, colour, religion, moods and shapes.