Dodie Logue is a painter based in Delano, MN, where she has a studio in an old Dairy barn. She received a BA from the University of Minnesota, and an MFA at Bard College. She spends some time each winter in the desert southwest.


Recent exhibitions include two-person installations with her sister Mary in the Healing Arts Program at Westfields and Hudson Hospitals in Wisconsin. She has shown her work nationally and currently has galleries in Minnesota and New Mexico. In 2014 one of her works was selected for purchase by the Minnesota Museum of American Art during the Minnesota Biennial Exhibition. In 2013 she and her sister published a book “TREES” which included her drawings and her sister Mary Logue’s poems, and had a concurrent show at Gallery 360 in Minneapolis.


Logue has received a MN Artist Initiative Grant, an Individual Artist Grant, and a Career Development Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. She currently does freelance work as a guide for a nature travel company, traveling to such places as Cuba, Belize, and the Galapagos. The attitude towards color of these Caribbean and Central American countries has greatly influenced her work.