Art By The Late David LaDeaux In MTSU's Todd Gallery

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Visitors to the Todd Art Gallery at MTSU are enjoying the works of the late David LaDeaux. He was 83 when he passed away six years ago.
(L-R) Art patron, Pat LaDeaux (wife of artist) and Eric Snyder (director of Todd Gallery).
MTSU art alum and Cheekwood Museum of Art curator Chris Gregory will speak. A master at abstract expressionism, all work sold will benefit the David G. LeDoux Scholarship given annually to painting majors.
MTSU Associate Professor of Art Jean Nagey.
The reception offered hors-d'oeuvres to those attending the May 23, 2016 reception.

An art show featuring the works of the late David LaDeaux is on exhibit in the Todd Art Gallery weekday from 8:00 each morning until 4:30 in the afternoons through June 3rd.

Gallery Director Eric Snyder told NewsRadio WGNS a little about LaDeaux . . .

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He noted that although the show is free and open to the public, they are still trying to raise money to fund an endowed art scholarship.

Snyder continued . . .


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Again, a special show featuring the works of the late David LaDeaux is on display at MTSU's Todd Art Gallery weekdays, 8:30 each morning until 4:30 in the afternoons, through June 3rd.

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