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Westmoreland Museum of American Art acquires new painting

I'm very proud to have this painting in the permanent collection, Immaculate Heart of Mary, 50 x 70, oil on linen. If you have never visited this museum, you should definitely go. It has an amazing amount of American Art and especially Western Pennsylvania art.

2019-01-18T21:17:07+00:00January 18th, 2019|

Burlingame, CA Mural

My twin brother recently designed a large mural for the city of Burlingame, CA. He included one of my paintings of eucalyptus trees into the mural. The Fall Newsletter from the Burlingame Historical Society states: What’s in a letter? At a whopping 15ft. tall and 47ft. long, “Greetings” is nearly as wide as a typical Burlingame parcel. Comprised of 3,195 individual, Italian-made tiles, each piece was digitally printed and fired [...]

2018-10-25T19:07:32+00:00October 25th, 2018|

Ron Donoughe Day in Pittsburgh, August 1, 2018

Thanks to the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts for nominating me. Mayor Bill Peduto and City Council both gave me a proclamation declaring August 1, 2018 Ron Donoughe Day in the City of Pittsburgh. What a crazy honor that was! Below is the 6 minute video the city produced. https://youtu.be/ufjKnkUlEU0

2018-08-09T16:27:15+00:00August 9th, 2018|

New Exhibition of Pittsburgh Scenes

You are invited to a new exhibition of Pittsburgh Scenes. The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts is hosting an exhibition and celebration of my work. It opens August 5th from 1-4 pm. The exhibition runs through August 26th. The PCA also will be recognizing my contribution to the Pittsburgh artistic scene with food, music and a special program. I'll also be releasing a special edition set of note cards from [...]

2018-08-09T16:29:02+00:00July 15th, 2018|

The Strip Magazine

Ron Donoughe: Master of Local Landscape I'm delighted to be featured in The Strip Magazine. Donald Miller, the retired Pittsburgh Post-Gazette art critic, wrote it. “I guess I see myself as a throwback. After painting for 30 years, I’ve come to appreciate what my first painting instructor said: paint what you know. Lawrenceville is my neighborhood in the city of Pittsburgh. I have no need to make paintings of the [...]

2018-03-02T19:31:54+00:00February 18th, 2018|
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