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May 2011

Francis Marion University in Florence, SC, Features Works by Donna Goodman and Roger D. Dalrymple

Francis Marion University in Florence, will present several exhibits including Morning Walk in the Pee Dee - Images of Wildflowers We Don’t See, featuring photographs by Donna Goodman, and 3-Dimensional Work by Roger D. Dalrymple, on view in the Hyman Fine Arts Center Gallery, from May 10 through Aug. 11, 2011.

Raised on a twenty-mule team tobacco, cotton, pig and cow farm on the cusp of a Carolina Bay, Donna H. Goodman is a native of the Shiloh Community in Sumter County, SC. She is Professor Emeritus of Art at Francis Marion University. Goodman, her husband Dewey Ervin and their Jack Russell terrier, Eloise, live in the Pocket Road area near Florence in the Pee Dee region of South Carolina.

Goodman started producing digital images in 1993. Since then, her work has been included in over seventy-five nationally juried exhibitions and twenty international exhibitions. The images in the “Morning Walk in the Pee Dee” series now number in the thousands.

Roger Dalrymple received degrees in architecture and in art from K.U. and K.S.U. He expanded his southwest studies at Paolo Soleri’s Arcosanti in Arizona and studied at the L.A. Design Center and the Royal Academy of Art in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has worked as an artist, architect and teacher in Oklahoma, Colorado and Alaska prior to moving to Greenville, SC.

“My forms are an expression of my life long exposure to the American Indian Tribes of the Plains and Southwest United States, the Haida and Aleut Tribes of the Pacific Northwest, the Inupiat, Eskimo and Athabascan Tribes of Alaska and the Maori, Aboriginal People of New Zealand and Australia. Frank Lloyd Wright, Bruce Goff and Fay Jones work influenced my architectural dreams as all three architects had projects under construction around Tulsa during my formative years.”

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