(Born 1936, American) Don DeMauro’s art education included studying at the Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles and with Herb Jepson learning drawing. He has contributed illustrations for the Saturday Evening Post and Opera News, as well as designs for Columbia Records.
DeMauro had a one-man show at the Roko Gallery in 1964, leading to the inclusion of his work in the “Decade of American Painting 1955-1965” exhibition at the Whitney Museum in New York. He later was represented by the Allan Stone Gallery in New York.
DeMauro currently lives in Johnson City, New York and is teaching at Binghamton University (SUNY) in Binghamton, New York.
In 2006 DeMauro was awarded a Heart of the Arts Award for transforming an abandoned Johnson City factory into a vase and vibrant art space, which, during the 2006, has come into its own as a center for creative engagement with contemporary multimedia art forms.