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 ​​“Donald Munson is a poet singing the joy of nature, ​using color and line to produce

a poem in visual terms.  He has a personal style of great distinction .… to evolve from

sensitive line. … into work one finds a combination of love and understanding of both

nature and form.”  

     Eva Gatling,The Heckscher Museum. ​


 “…open the gates of imagination … (D.M.) has a sophisticated Élan …​"
      Vito Cioffero 
"(Don) … balances geometric and biomorphic elements to create exquisite formal tensions
in his paintings of flowing forms …” 
     Art Speak, Soho, N. Y. , Caude LeSuer ​
"His work assimilates, then trandsends, to illuminate abstracted essential truths with
a masterful visual language built on line and color. "
     Douglas P. Clement, Take Magazine
"(Don)" - Munson ... airy ... rich-toned structural elements, ...evoking
Richard Diebenkorn's Ocean Park series ..."
Susan Boulanger, Art New England



                                                            The Museum of Modern Art 

                                                                  Heckscher Museum

                                                        Hopkins Art Center at Dartmouth

                                                           Western New England College

                                                             University of Massachusetts

                                                        The Society of Illustrators Museum

Silver Circle Gallery / Haiku / Putnam, CT
The Wood Museum / Memories / South Windsor, CT
Longmeadow Cultural Council / Evolution / Fifty Years of Painting / Longmeadow, MA
Silver Circle Gallery / Panels / Putnam. CT
Western New England College / Color, Circles & Squares / Springfield, MA
Western New England College / Barns & Buildings / Springfield, MA
Charter Oak Cultural Center / Architecture & Alphabets / Hartford, CT
Langone Gallery of Fine Art / Scarsdale, NY (Twice)
Grace Gallery / Icons & Illustrations / CUNY, Brooklyn, NY
Society of Illustrators / New York, NY
Graham Gallery / New York, NY (Twice) 
Heckscher Museum / Huntington, NY​
                 My studio is on the 3rd floor ... up the  red staircase  of my home in Longmeadow, MA. 
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