As a painter, Logan's body of work explores issues of existence and the uncertainty of knowledge in both physical and spiritual domains. Specifically, his works are a meditation on silence endeavoring to unearth a sense of the sacred in the world. Each painting is worked and reworked, allowing images to disappear and emerge, until they reach a state of silence- a half step suspended between a pilgrimage and a conclusion. In this way, the work is more liminal than it is concrete and beckons towards that which is just on the precipice of comprehension. Architect and master builder Josef Hueber said, "As with the mind, light should also fill the room." To that degree, as I work against a space of uncertainty, I too wish to fill it with light.
Philosophically, Logan is concerned with the capacity for artwork to be veridical and the artistic practice used to facilitate belief-informing processes.
born: 1984, San Francisco, California
University of Florida, MFA 2013
Herron School of Art and Design, BFA, 2008
Hiram Williams Painting Award, University of Florida, 2012
Whale & Star Summer Workshop Scholarship, 2011
selected solo or two-person exhibits
The Pilgrimage Mt. Dora, Mt. Dora Center for the Arts, Florida, 2013
selected group shows
Coloring Class, CASP- Charles Adams Studio Project, Lubbock, Texas, 2014
Redemption, Amelia Center Gallery ,Gulf Coast State College, Panama City, Florida, 2013
Transcendental, Studio 550, Manchester, New Hampshire, 2013