Raymond Gaddy, M.F.A. 

Instructor of Painting/Drawing 


M.F.A. University of Alabama

E-mail: rgaddy@unf.edu
Phone: (904) 620-3826
Office: Building 45, Room 1609



An Alabama native, Gaddy received his M.F.A. in Painting from the University of Alabama. He has maintained an active career both as a painter and art professor. His paintings and drawings have been exhibited in group and solo exhibitions across the United States and the United Kingdom, including the Exit Art Gallery, NY; Wake Forest University, NC; The Tampa Museum of Art, FL; The Attelboro Museum of Art, MA; the Holter Art Museum, MT; and the Art Center of Design in Pasadena, CA. He was named one of the top 25 emerging artists in Florida by the Tampa Museum of Art in 2007. His work is included in many public and private collections including the College of Notre Dame of Maryland; The Savannah College of Art and Design; and the Library of Congress.


 Academic and Professional Service


2008-Present   Member City of Savannah Cultural Affairs Commission. Savannah, Georgia.

                        2012- Present, Chair. City of Savannah Cultural Affairs Commission.

                        2012-Vice Chair. City of Savannah Cultural Affairs Commission.

                        2012-Chair Weave a Dream Grant Committee.


Chair, Jacob G. Smith Elementary, Georgia PTA Reflections Arts Program Committee.

The Reflections Arts Recognition Program is a national arts recognition and achievement program for students.


Visiting Artist Lectures


2014                Painting Pigments: Prehistory-Early Renaissance, Armstrong University. Savannah, Georgia.

 2013                These Things You Will Not Remember, University of North Georgia. Dahlonega, Georgia.





2015                (Pending) Recent Work. SPACE Gallery. Savannah, Georgia (Solo).

 2014                These Things You Will Not Remember. Harriet Meyerhoff Gallery. Savannah, Georgia (Solo).

                                                            2014 Walnut Invitational Exhibition. Mary G Hardin Center for Cultural Arts. Gadsden, Alabama (Invitational).

                                                Southern Discomfort II. Thinc Savanah, Savannah, Georgia. (Invitational).



Allison Hersh, “Art and Soul: Family Ties Bind Work” Savannah Morning News. January 12, 2014.