Located in the five flat glass exhibit cases on the east side (facing the A.U. Hotel and Dixon Conference Center) of the Special Collections and Archives Department, located on the Ground Floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library, is an exhibit featuring the art of Laquita Thomson.
Thomson, an assistant professor at the Freed Hardeman University Art Department in Henderson, Tennessee, received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting and Printmaking from Auburn University in 1991. She has worked on a project recording oral histories of living Southern artists.
The exhibit features numerous woodcuts by Laquita Thomason featuring such subjects as flowers, kudzu, cotton, birds, dogs, cats, and electrical powerlines.