Paul Brumaghim Gallery
The Paul Brumaghim gallery features Bob Dondeville from November 4 to January 6. Bob retired 2 years ago from teaching art at the Mt. Zion Jr. and Sr. High School. He has also taught at Warrensburg-Latham, Meridian, and Decatur Public Schools as well as 4 years at Richland Community College. Before and during his years of teaching, he worked evenings and weekends on his body of artwork. It helped him with his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder that he developed after being drafted in 1965 and sent to Viet Nam. He served with the 11th Armored Cav as a tank driver and gunner. In his body of work, he is attempting to show the impact of being torn from a blue collar middle class family and then thrown into a world of inhumane treatment to other human beings. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Illinois State in teaching. His Masters Degree in oil painting was obtained from Eastern Illinois University as well as 36 plus hours in Sculpture. He has designed and completed six War Memorial sculptures. Five sculptures are located in Mt. Zion, Illinois and one is located in Assumption, Illinois.
To apply for a show in our gallery, please contact Carol Garver
at the Danville Art League, 217-442-9264.
320 N. Franklin St., Danville, IL 61832
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Art League Hours & Open Studio
Mornings: Tuesday-Saturday 9am - 12pm
Evenings: Wednesdays 6pm - 9pm
Other times available by appointment.
DAL will be closed if Danville Dist.118 is closed for weather.
The Art League will be closed November 22-27 for Thanksgiving.
We will also be closed December 23 - January 1.
The Danville Art League is located at 320 N. Franklin Street, corner of Seminary, in downtown Danville, Illinois.