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.
Recently she has been focusing on "Healing Arts Exhibitions" at hospitals, including at Faribault Hospital in 2022, and Owatonna Hospital in 2021. In 2022 she had a solo exhibition called "Color Thoughts" at One Division Art in Buffalo, MN. She has shown her work nationally and currently exhibits 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.
In 2022 and 2021 Logue received Creative Support Grants for Individual artists from the MN State Arts Board, and in 2020 an Artist Learning Grant from the Central MN Arts Board. In 2022 she retired from her freelance work as a guide for a nature travel company, to focus full time on her art.