Columbus State University and the W.C. Bradley Co. are collaborating to host exhibition celebrating the work of one of Georgia’s most influential artists. The exhibits will run Sept. 15-Oct. 10.
CSU will present “Drawings of Lamar Dodd,” in the Corn Center for the Visual Arts’ Illges Gallery, Meanwhile, the W.C. Bradley Co. Museum will feature “The Master of Mood,” a survey of Dodd paintings depicting the different techniques and themes from his work.
Both sets of works are from the Athens, Ga.-based C.L. Morehead collection.
Dodd (1909-1996) is noted for subjects ranging from Southern landscapes, city scenes and space exploration to touching portraits and athletics at the University of Georgia, where the Lamar Dodd School of Art represents his most visible legacy.
The paintings can be viewed noon-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday in the W.C. Bradley Co. Museum, 1017 Front Ave. The Columbus State exhibition of Dodd’s drawings can be viewed noon-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday in the Illges Gallery at 6 West 10th Street (use the Front Avenue entrance).