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Born in Pennsylvania on May 3, 1944, Edward Kellogg developed his early artistic interests studying in the children’s program at the Philadelphia Art Institute before moving to San Diego, California.  In college he studied painting for three years at Wheaton College in Illinois, after which he transferred to San Diego State University, receiving a BA in art in 1966 and an MA in painting and printmaking in 1968.  After a year of public school teaching and two years in the U.S. Army, he worked and studied under Dutch artist Henk Krijger at Patmos Workshop and Gallery in Toronto, Canada.  From 1973 to 2010, Kellogg taught at Covenant College on Lookout Mountain, Georgia.  He is currently Emeritus Professor of Art at Covenant College and actively works in his Chattanooga, Tennessee, studio.   

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Kellogg has had more than 40 solo shows of his oil paintings, silk-screen, and relief prints in galleries throughout the United States as well as in Canada and the Netherlands.  His most recent solo exhibits have been at Mason Fine Art Gallery in Atlanta, GA; the Marietta-Cobb Museum of Art in Marietta, GA; and Lee University in Cleveland, TN.  His work has been exhibited in numerous group shows including an exhibit of Art from Appalachia titled "More Than Land or Sky" in the National Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C.  



Kellogg’s paintings of the Tennessee landscape are included in many private and corporate collections nationwide, as well as in more than 30 hospitals and five Southern art museums.



IBM—Atlanta, GA; Raleigh, NC; and Gaithersburg, MD

Tennessee Valley Authority—Knoxville, Watts Bar, Pickwick, and Chattanooga, TN

The City of Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, People Republic of China

Bell South—Atlanta, GA, and Birmingham, AL

Southern Progress Corporation—Birmingham, AL

CSX Transportation—Jacksonville, FL

Boston University Medical School—Boston, MA

Northwestern Memorial Hospital—Chicago, IL

McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.—New York City, NY

Vanderbilt Hospital—Nashville, TN

George Washington University Hospital—Washington, DC

University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center—Houston, TX

Sacred Heart Medical Center—Eugene, OR

University of Arkansas Medical Sciences Building—Little Rock, AR

Kenan Institute for Ethics, Duke University—Durham, NC

SAS Corporate Headquarters—Cary, NC

Hunter Museum of American Art—Chattanooga, TN

Tennessee State Museum—Nashville, TN

Knoxville Museum of Art—Knoxville, TN

Marietta Cobb Museum of Art—Marietta, GA

Morris Museum of Art—Augusta, GA

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