Don Gale was one of the founding professors of the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, Connecticut when it was rewarded full accreditation in 1995. He held the position of Chairman of the Sculpture Department until 2010 when he was granted the honorary title of Professor Emeritus. In addition, he taught sculpture and drawing at other institutions and workshops such as: Adjunct Professor at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Ireland; Adjunct Professor at the New York Academy of Art; Guest Instructor at the Loveland Academy of Fine Arts, Loveland, CO; Instructor at the Athenaeum School of Fine Arts, La Jolla, CA; and Instructor at the Otis Institute of Parson School of Design, Los Angeles, CA; Founder and Instructor of the Gale Sculpture School, Los Angeles, CA. At the present he is teaching at New Canaan Sculpture Group in New Canaan, CT. Solo exhibitions include those held at the Westchester County Gallery, White Plains, NY; the Valerie Miller Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, the Speaker Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, and the Cline Fine Art Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. Presently, Don Gale is represented by Gallery Henoch in New York, City, NY and the Nuart Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. Other selected exhibitions include: Gallery Henoch New York City; Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ; Sculptors Guild Exhibitions, New York City, NY; Annual Exhibitions at National Academy of Design, New York City, NY; Washington Square Sculptors Guild, Washington, D.C.; "100 Years of the National Sculpture Society of the United States of America in Italy" at the Palazzo Mediceo Museum in Seravezza, Italy; "Rodin Grand Prize Exhibition", Hakone Open Air Museum, Japan; Valerie Miller Gallery, Palm Desert, CA; Two Man Show - Dassin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Fletcher Gallery, SoHo, NY; Laguna Art Museum, CA; Springfield Museum, CT; and the Ellsworth Museum, CT. The following are commissioned works in the collections of: The Rockwell Foundation, CA; The Schreiber Foundation, CA, Glendale Federal S & L Association, CA; George Page Museum CA; Mohegan Park, Norwich, CT, and the Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT. A summarized verse of his philosophy on sculpture and drawing is displayed in an article from the American Artist Drawing Magazine, Winter/2013, entitled, “To Sketch and to Sculpt”. The article is displayed on his webpage: dongalestudio.com. The contact email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.