Jerome H. Domask

2017-2009 Art and Design (46 credits), University of North Florida (UNF), Jacksonville, FL
1974 M.S. Florida Institute of Technology (FIT), Business & Contact Law, Melbourne, FL
1971 Command & General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS
1962 BFA, University of Wisconsin (UW-M) Painting & Sculpting

CAREER SUMMARY (20 years active duty Army. 40 years in private industry.)

Active Duty Army 1962 -1982. Vietnam War Dec, 67- 68 as MACV Adviser to Vietnamese Army (ARVN). Retired as Army “Colonel Select”, 20 years active duty
Director of Operations of World-wide non profit R&D Institute.
Director of Price Waterhouse Coopers Management Consulting Practice, Dayton, OH.
VP Business Development, Small Technology Business, Dayton, OH.
Founder & CEO, DoMar Group (Consulting Firm), Dayton, OH.
Jerome Domask Fine Art, Founder / Owner, Current.


2022 POW / Art Gallery Exhibit “Installation: Solitary Confinement Cell”. National POW / MIA Memorial & Museum, Jacksonville, FL. Honoring Army Major Theodore Gostas (RET). Former POW 5+ year of which 4.5 were spent in solitary confinement in a footprint of approximately 5’x8′. See Then and Now Exhibit images.

2021 Then and Now: 50 Years of Veteran Experiences. Hosted by St. Augustine Art Association.  Demonstrated the potential healing power of creative expression in a display of artist endeavors. Working through the trauma and grief these artists have incurred through their military service.  The exhibit gave a special “shout out” to former POW, Army Major Theodore Gostas (RET).  He is a former POW 5+ year of which 4.5 were spent in solitary confinement in a footprint of approximately 5’x8′. A special installation was created in a gallery room with a museum quality replica of his cell surrounded by appropriate memorabilia, artifact and artworks in honor of his bravery and heroics in a most hostile and cruel environment. See Installation Images.

2018 Invisible Becoming Visible: An Exhibition of Veterans’ Art. This was the first nationally curated veteran art exhibit of its genre, exploring the healing power of art by veterans covering approximately 60 years of American history; spanning part of the Cold War, Vietnam and the Middle East hostilities. The six invited veteran artists represented a diverse group from all the services and their demographics therein, with few exceptions. Their artworks provided a means of purging agony and grief; moving from darkness to light with healing to hope, and finally, to a path of encouragement and enlightenment. View Images


2020 St. Augustine Art Association (STAAA) CUTTING EDGE Exhibit. Received “Alice Alger Most Creative Award” for “Mother Nature – Threatened by Mankind”
2020 Jerry Domask – Reflections: The Vietnam War 45 Years Later. Florida State College South Gallery
2019 SEARCHING, Honorable Mention, Juried Exhibition, Our Human Condition: Figures & Portraits, St. Augustine Art Association
2017 PTSD, Ravaged & Searching, Acrylic Collages, Curated “Face & Figure” Art Exhibit, Florida State College Jacksonville, FL.
2016 Rebuked by Society – Vietnam Veteran, Multi-media, Florida School for the Deaf & Blind, Student Choice Award, St. Augustine Art Association 15th Annual Tactile Art Show.
2015 Death, Painting, 24 X 36 inches, Best of Show, Monroe Studios, Veterans Artist Showcase, Jacksonville, FL
2015 Enveloped by Society, Sculpture. University of North Florida Gallery, Northeast Florida Sculptors Juried Exhibition
2015 Art Books painting, Honorable Mention, JCVA Spring Juried Exhibition, Jacksonville, Florida
2012 Reflections – Vietnam War 45 Years Later, Lufrano International Gallery, Jacksonville, FL (5 month solo exhibit)
2011 Self Portrait – Vietnam Veteran, 3rd Place, St. Augustine Art Association, FL
Many other National and Regional exhibits & showings.


2010 POW I – Barbed Wire & POW II – Totem Poles, National Veterans Art Museum (NVAM), Chicago, IL
2012 Jungle. Vietnam War Painting, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL



  • “Mother Nature – Threatened by Mankind”- 46″ H x 42″ L x 11″ W
  • “Repurposed Scrap Metal” – 60″ H x 42″ W x 34″ L
  • “COVID-19 / Make Art / Nirvana” – 68″ X 69″ x 59″
  • “The Beginning – Crucifixion of COVID-19”
  • “Uplifting” – 4′ x 19” x 8″

2015 Dedication of Vietnam Veterans Memorial Monument at National Cemetery, Jacksonville FL
2012 Designed Commemorative Coin for the Vietnam Veterans of America
2013 Designed Vietnam Memorial Monument for the National Cemetery, Jacksonville, FL  –  Sponsored by Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA).


2015 Anthology, Military Society of America, “Feeling” by Jerome H. Domask
2015 “RETURN TO THE FAR EAST – 45 YEARS LATER? (never) “, Photo Journal by Jerome H Domask, Self Published.

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