Monday, June 22, 2009

Don Gene Bell (1935-..)

Dear friends,

Don Gene Bell was born in 1935 in Indiana.
He was raised in Dayton and rural Indiana. After attending the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts he became a designer in a studio there. During a stint in the army he became artist in the Helicopter headquarters in Ludwigsburgh, Germany. Bell then attended Indiana University where he received his BA and MFA degrees. While there he studied with George Sadek. Bell worked as an artist for the Indiana University Educational Television and was a curator and designer for the Indiana University Museum. He then moved to Binghamton, New York where he worked as a teacher at the State University of New York. Bell has participated in numerous exhibitions of his work in and around New York, including the Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation. Since the website on (the place where his work was previously published) is no longer there, I cannot be sure that all pictures below actually are created by him. Latest news was that he now lives and works in Tucson, Arizona.

Update June 25 2009:
Added the images below. Thanks to Tom for providing these images.

Follow your passion,

These images come from the Catamite Gay Asian Collections which as we all know is no longer available.


Anonymous said...

i've got a few more in my collection
if u want.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for contacting me and intruducing your great blog. I have added a link at The Heming Way and look forward to continuint to visit Catamite's Art Collection.
Warm Regards,