Related Sites

Related Websites

Some Former Students

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


Jolts to Conventional Wisdom

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

The Painter's Dream

by Dean Porter, Notre Dame Magazine, Autumn 2001


Sunrise at Notre Dame

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.