Trinidadian-American artist Gary Logan explores our unique relationship with the Earth and its elements through dramatic lighting, atmospheric ambiguity, vivid colors, and rich textures. Drawing visual and conceptual inspiration from both Taoism and the Romantic tradition in painting, Logan’s work evokes a sense of mystery, raw emotion, and the sublime
His landscape imagery is a means of navigating the complex terrain of identity and human nature, in order to speak to universal concerns such as oppression, freedom, race, sexuality, healing, and renewal.
Now through Jun. 30, 2019 (The Museum is closed on Mondays)
Artist, Miami, Florida
Gary Logan was born on the island of Trinidad in 1970 and raised in the United States. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts in Painting from Boston University. He currently resides in Miami, Florida, and devotes his time to painting, teaching, and directing a visual arts program at a school for the arts. Along with individual and group exhibitions in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, São Paulo, and South Florida, his artwork has been highlighted in periodicals such as Bostonia magazine, and the literary journals Callaloo and AGNI. In 1999, he and poet Eric McHenry were awarded The Phillip Guston Prize for their artist collaboration featured in AGNI.