ACCOLADES

 ​​“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

 

 PUBLIC COLLECTIONS​​​

                                                            The Museum of Modern Art 

                                                                  Heckscher Museum

                                                        Hopkins Art Center at Dartmouth

                                                          Society of Illustrators Museum

                                                           Western New England College

                                                             University of Massachusetts

SOLO EXHIBITIONS​​​
Silver Circle Gallery / Haiku Putam, CT
The Wood Museum / Memories / South Windsor, CT
Longmeadow Cultural Council / Evolution / Don Munson - 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​
                 Paintings I create are the visual tension between abstraction and realism 
                My studio is on the 3rd floor ... up the red staircase of my home in Longmeadow, MA.