Bob Doucette is the director of many well known animated children’s programs including the PBS hit Clifford’s Puppy Days based on the Scholastic book series Clifford the Big Red Dog. Doucette has also worked on such award winning shows as Stephen Spielberg Presents: Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs. His independent animated films won him many prestigious awards and honors and his MFA thesis film Pink Triangle is in the permanent collection at the New York Public Library. Doucette has worn many titles as an artist from set designer to puppeteer and has a wide variety of interest. His Ben Franklin doll, created for the White House Christmas tree, is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian. Many of his dolls are in the private collection of Demi Moore and have been featured in magazines articles, TV programs and sold in galleries. Doucette was born in Waterville, Maine, educated at Rhode Island School of Design and has a master’s degree in animation from Cal ARTS and at present lives in Peoria Illinois. He currently works full time as an artist, selling his work in galleries.
Bob's ArtPrize Entries
These are Bob's official ArtPrize entries from this year and past years.