Zachari Logan

ZACHARI LOGAN, Feeding 1. Blue pencil on mylar, 24 x 38 inches, 2013.

Contemporary Canadian Artist Zachari Logan, works mainly in large-scale drawing and installation practices, exploring introspective ideas about masculine representation and self awareness. As catalyst, Logan combines images of his own body along with elements of flora and fauna, in the creation of personal narratives. Engaging both epic-scale and stylistically-historic techniques, Logan’s meticulous drawings evolve a visual language which speaks to the metaphoric as well as the metaphysical.

Galleries where Logan’s work can be found:
Gallery 12-14, Vienna, Austria.  
Western-Project, Los Angeles, CA.
Clamp-Art, NYC.
Pristine GalerieMonterrey, Mx. 
Darrell Bell, Saskatoon, Sk.


ZACHARI LOGAN, Vanitas 1. Blue pencil on mylar, 9 x 12 inches, 2013.

ZACHARI LOGAN, Eunuch Tapestry 1, panel 2 (detail)

ZACHARI LOGAN, Eunuch Tapestry 3 (detail)

ZACHARI LOGAN, Eunuch Tapestry 3, 10 x 13 feet, 2013.

ZACHARI LOGAN, Installation. Names of Things, Mendel Art Gallery.

ZACHARI LOGAN, Datura, from Eunuch Tapestry Series (detail)

ZACHARI LOGAN, Eunuch Tapestry 1, Panel 1. 6 x 12.5 feet

ZACHARI LOGAN, Eunuch Tapestry 1, Panel 1. (detail)

Datura, from Eunuch Tapestries. Pastel on black paper, 10 x 5 feet, 2013.

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