Permanent Collection

Permanent Collection Gallery

The Radford University Art Museum houses more than 1200 works of art, including 200+ student works. Noteworthy collections among the Art Museum’s holdings are the largest collection of works by New York artist Dorothy Gillespie (more than 80 works), 281 works on paper by Adolf Dehn, nearly 60 works by Harold Little, and the Kolla-Landwehr Foundation collection of 60 Huichol yarn paintings. Additionally, the museum owns some 250 works from the estate of Betty Parsons, a major art dealer in New York.

Selections from the permanent collection are on exhibit mid-May through July in the Art Museum at the Covington Center.

Click here to download the self-guided tour of art on campus brochure.