About Dominic Killiany


                  Dominic is an 24 year old young man who lives in Watertown, MA.  

       He is a graduate of Nashoba Learning Group (2016) and Boston Higashi (2020),

                   private schools for children and young adults with autism.  

                               His hobbies are art, music and good food!


                                  Dominic's artwork is a sight to behold.  

              Master of composition, line and color, his style is unique, like him.  

                 His interpretation of the world reflects his knowledge of order,

                   balance and symmetry with a touch of abstract expressionism

                                          in a symphony of color.  

          His favorite subject are safari animals as well as landscapes and cityscapes.


Dominic has exhibited at the Watertown Public Library in April 2014, 2016 and 2018.


His first solo art exhibit of 24 original artworks in a professional gallery space was October 2017 in Landau Gallery, Belmont Hill School, Belmont MA.  


His work was chosen for publication in Studio Visit Magazine, Volume 40, 2017

and Volumes 45 & 46, Summer 2019.  


In the summer of 2018 Dominic's artwork was featured at Open Door Gallery

in The Worcester Art Museum and continued through the fall 

at Open Door Gallery, Boston until November 30.


Dominic was awarded FINALIST in VSA 2020 Emerging Young Artists Competition

at The Kennedy Center, Washington DC.  

His painting "Purple Lights of the City will be on display in DC

and will tour the US through 2023.


Dominic's talent and passion for art keeps him happy, confident and goal oriented, in essence the building blocks of life.  As a family, our hopes are for Dominic to continue painting and keep him a productive member of society. Proceeds of his art sales go directly to an Art Fund for supplies and independent living with support as well as the chance to attend a college of art in the future.  Thank you for your support.


Be sure to sign the guestbook so we have your contact for future exhibits.







                           Photo by Mark Hunt