The Bellefonte Art Museum: Robert K. Vierck

Posted by Robert K. Vierck on October 20, 2012 

 

One of the more than 60 artists listed in the Bellefonte Art Museum’s registry is Robert K. Vierck. Here is his statement: 

Robert K. Vierck is a retired businessman.  After graduating from Penn State (BS, MBA) in 1964 he started working for Chrysler Corporation in Highland Park, Michigan.  He was always involved with the evolving computer industry and eventually owned and operated DSSI,  a computer service organization in Honolulu, Hawaii.  DSSI provided services throughout the Hawaiian Islands and across the Micronesian Islands as well.  Eventually he was involved with GPS Golf Cart systems for Hawaii and international courses from Australia to Spain.

Robert moved from Honolulu in 2004 to take over the service operations for a GPS company in the East and retired in 2005.

In addition to fly-fishing for trout, he volunteers with the Spring Creek Chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Bellefonte Art Museum.  He is the former webmaster and treasurer of the U.S. Youth Fly Fishing Team.

Robert enjoys photography (especially the occasional fish) and concentrates on flowers, animals, trees and scenery

The Bellefonte Art Museum celebrates the human spirit through the arts, recognizing the importance of art in our lives. In 2011, the museum experienced a large increase in attendance, private donations and membership and completed refurbishing the historic Linn House.  The museum opened three new galleries: the Children’s Creativity Center, the Anna Wagner Keichline Gallery and the new Louise Bloom Sieg Gallery. The museum is opened Friday through Sunday from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Phone 814.355.4280.

 

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