Drawing his influences from cultures and icons of East and West he creates astonishing and unique assemblages, made from precious materials, shattered glass and found objects from the narrative of his life – his own artistic adventure.

Logan has worked across the fields of sculpture, stage design, drama, opera, parades, festivals and interior design. To him, ‘art can be discovered anywhere’. His work is the art of popular poetry and metropolitan glamour. From his early fame amongst London’s fashionable crowd, he has become an influential artist of international stature, with work in collections such as the National Portrait Gallery and the Arts Council of England, and worldwide exhibitions as far afield as Los Angeles (USA), Monterrey (Mexico), and St Petersburg (Russia).

The work on show ranged from the minute to the massive, from mobiles to bejewelled portraits. Whether his dazzlingly colourful jewellery or flamboyant mirrored sculptures, these works by the man once dubbed ‘the Wizard of Odd’ always capture a spirit of artistic fun.

My reason for living is to give enjoyment and pleasure to others through quirky, humorous and extravagant mementoes.

A Ruthin Craft Centre Touring Exhibition