DOUG TRUMP lives and works in Marlboro, VT.  Born near Rochester, NY, 1950.  Summers spent in Crown Point, IN, 1956-1968. Language study in Brittany, France, summer 1966.  Public school education, Rochelle Park / Hackensack, NJ, 1956-1968.  University of Pennsylvania, BA in Religious Thought, 1972.  Married, moved to Norway, 1972.  Visited Edvard Munch Museum in Oslo. Returned to the U.S., 1973.  Son born.

Self-identity as writer of fiction and poetry.  Employment next 4 years – teacher creative writing, medical technician, gas station attendant, dairy farm worker, saw mill laborer.  Began painting 1976.  Employment as Yard Clerk, Boston & Maine Railroad switching yard, East Deerfield, MA, 1977-2012.

Painting Fellowships, Vermont Council on the Arts, 1990, 1992.  Regional Selections, 5-artist exhibit, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1990.  5 solo exhibits, Berry-Hill Galleries, New York, NY, 1992-2003.  Parameters solo exhibit, Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA, 1995.  5 solo exhibits, Spheris Gallery, NH, VT, NYC, 1999-2009.  3 solo exhibits, Reeves Contemporary, New York, NY, 2004-2008.  Exhibits in Atlanta, Santa Fe, Santa Monica, and San Francisco, 2005-2010.

Time spent in western Europe, primarily Holland and France, 2003-2016.  Studio built in Marlboro, VT, 2010.

Represented by Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY, commencing in 2016,