Milford Water Street Sculpture Garden and Gallery, Milford, PA. Owner, designer, builder: Artist’s life project on the grounds of the Historic 1860 Upper Mill gatekeeper’s house, waterfall and pond: Four buildings, 3-acre steel sculptures and fountain garden, weaving installations and sand paintings.
GEROLA GALLERIES: Artist/Owner, 266-276 River Road, Edgewater, NJ and 187 East, 87th St, Manhattan, NY.
1980-1990: Drawings, abstract paintings, aerial sculptures; 1985 Multi Media Mobile Installation: Center piece 30' x 8' x 4', fiber, aluminum, steel, wood, glass and sand, Commissioned Center Piece, Washington International Art Exposition, Washington, D.C; 1983 Space Receptor: 25' x 10' x 6’, Multi Media Mobile Installation: Fiber, aluminum, steel, wood, glass and sand. Commissioned Center Piece, New York, International Art Exposition, New York City, NY
1980 The Ninth Volume: First computer controlled-water sculpture in the US. 25' x 12' Multi media consisting of concrete, wood, steel, bronze, copper, laser, fire, and electronics. Televised CBS/NJ Public Televisions; 1980 Finalist, International Water Sculpture Competition,New Orleans, LA; 1985-1989: Paintings: Casabella, Karl Mann, D&D Building.
1978 Edgewater Public Art installation, Donald Gerola, Canvas mural 20 ft x 14 ft; Dennis Valinsky, Aerial Amoeba, 40 x 12 ft x 8ft.; 1978 Underwriters Laboratories, Commissioned Mural, Melville, Long Island; 1977 Commissioned Mural, Hayworth Office Systems, New York, NY; 1977 Paintings, Permanent Collection, Schering-Plough Corp, Kenilworth, NJ;1977 Commissioned Murals for Lobby and Office Walls, Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman, Capitol Hill, Washington, DC; 1976 Chancel Mural, 30 Ft high, St. Johns Lutheran Church, Clifton, NJ; 1975 Murals on staircases and four floors, United Way Fund Building, Hudson County, NJ; 1974-1979: Supergraphic Murals, Corporate and Private clients, NJ, NY.