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artist

Donal Clark Jolley, American Artist. Decorated Army Commendation Medal, United States Army, 1957; recipient National Watercolor Society members cash award, Palm Springs, California, 1980, gold medal WC AICA, 1990, bronze medal, 1994, Best of Show, AICA, 1994, Eagle Feather award 1994; profiled in Inland Empire magazine, 1995. Member Watercolor West, National Watercolor Society (1st vice president), American Indian andCowboy Artists.

Background

Jolley, Donal Clark was born on October 20, 1933 in Zion National Park, University of Texas. Son of Donal Jones and Nora (Crawford) Jolley.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Brigham Young University, Provo, University of Texas, 1959.

Career

Illustrator, Space Technology Laboratory, Redondo Beach, California, 1960-1961;illustrated, The Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, California, 1961-1971;private practice, Rimforest, California, since 1971. Teacher San Bernardino Valley College, 1972-1976.

Works

Membership

Member Watercolor West, National Watercolor Society (1st vice president), American Indian and Cowboy Artists.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: 5 string banjo, classic automobiles, black and white camera.

Connections

Married Doris Kay Dean, May 31, 1960 (divorced 1969). Married Virginia E. Harrison (deceased), November 14, 1970. Children: Karen E., Donal Dean, Keith P.

father:
Donal Jones Jolley

mother:
Nora (Crawford) Jolley

spouses:
Doris Kay Dean

Virginia E. Harrison

children:
Karen E. Jolley

Donal Dean Jolley

Keith P. Jolley