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Dale & The Gettysburg Foundation

Dale was one of the original board members of the Friends of the National Park which is now the Gettysburg Foundation. He donated many art pieces to the Foundation through the years which they have used for fundraising.

Dale & Anne at the Grand Opening of the new Gettysburg Visitors Center in 2008

Gallon in the Community

The Gallons Raise Seeing-Eye Dogs

Since 2015 Dale & Anne have been working with Guiding Eyes for the Blind to raise puppies that will become a guide dog for a blind person.  They receive the 8 wk. old puppy and keep him until he is approximately 16 months old.  They provide basic training and much socialization.  Then they return the pup to Guiding Eyes in Yorktown Heights, NY where professional trainers prepare the dog to be a guide.

Dale & Anne have raised two dogs, George & Carlton and are currently raising Arnold.

Here’s a article featuring Anne and George.

Dale Meeting Customers

Dale Also Paints Nautical Scenes

You can view many of his paintings under the Nautical Art section of the online store.


In the Studio with Dale Gallon


Dale Gallon – Nautical Art


Dale Gallon – Windsong


Dale Gallon – Lee


Dale Gallon – 1997 Interview

Dale has been commissioned often by USAWC

Here are a few photos of Dale presenting the finished oil painting to the United States Army War College in Carlisle, PA

Titles of paintings Dale has painted for USAWC:   

Bayonet Forward – 1987
Hancock’s Ride – 1993
Men of Iron – 1994
Dress on the Colors – 1998
Time to Fight – 1999
The Hornets’ Nest –  2004
Shadowing – 2007
Whiskey Rebellion – Washington in Carlisle – 2008

Our Gallery Story

In 1990 Dale & Anne built a 3,000 sq’ two story building at 9 Steinwehr Ave. to display Dale’s  work.   For over 25 years, you, our valued customers, came to support our mutual love of history thru Dale’s art.  We enjoyed the many visits talking history with you.  Many of you became good friends.

When we decided to close the walk in gallery and concentrate on selling Dale’s work online at it was a challenging decision.   However, we wanted more time to visit our grandchildren so we did.

When many of you continued to come into the 9 Steinwehr location even after it became Rosie’s Boutique, we felt it best to offer some of Dale’s items at Rosie’s.  So, today, you can see some of Dale’s works on display there.

Often Anne will meet customers there to deliver items they have called to order.   So, when visiting Gettysburg, if you want to take a Gallon home with you, please call (717) 334-0430 or email and make arrangements to have Anne meet you at 9 Steinwehr Ave. and we can have your framed or unframed piece ready for you.

Now, for a walk down memory lane…