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Some Former Students

  • James A. Welu, Director, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Maine
  • Bruce Bobick, Professor and Chairman Emeritus, Department of Art, State University of West Georgia
  • Tom Nakashima, Emeritus Department Chair, Catholic University, William Morris Eminent Scholar in Art, Augusta State University, Augusta, Georgia
  • Patrick McKay, Professor of Painting, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
  • James Raymo, Associate Professor of Photography, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
  • Richard McDaniels, California landscape painter
  • Daniel Morper, landscape painter, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Vince Hazen, Director, Academy Art Center, Linekona (Honolulu), Hawaii
  • Ann Hamilton, Professor of Art, St. Mary's College, South Bend, Indiana
  • Thomas C. Jackson, full-time artist, painter and photographer, former designer at Stamats, Inc.
  • Kevin O'Brien, Executive Director, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Billy Hassell, full-time artist, Fort Worth, Texas
  • Todd Hoover, Visual Arts Instructor, Riley High School, South Bend, Indiana
  • Rosi Bernardi, painting professor, Augustana College, Moline, Illinois

Articles

Jolts to Conventional Wisdom

After 39 years, painter Don Vogl bids South Bend 'Au Revoir'
South Bend Tribune, January 17, 2003 — READ STORY »

The Painter's Dream

by Dean Porter, Notre Dame Magazine, Autumn 2001 — READ STORY »

Print

Sunrise at Notre Dame

Notre Dame's Golden Dome - Click to view larger image

Capturing the majestic beauty of Notre Dame's campus from behind St. Mary's Lake, this limited reprint of Don Vogl's original watercolor is a perfect complement to any home or office. Each 18"x24" lithograph (standard size for framing) is signed and numbered on high-quality pH neutral poster board.

Just $39 each / $29 each for 10 or more

To order, please send check or money order to:
Donald G. Vogl, 3307 Sam Houston Circle, Fort Collins, CO 80525

Website Designers

This web site was created by Greg Vogl and Jim Vogl. Greg gave a talk on artist websites at the AANC meeting on June 10, 2014.