Logan Maxwell Hagege is best known for depicting figures and landscapes of the American Southwest and the Northeast Coast. Inspiration for this subject grew from visiting his grandmother who lived in the California desert. Today he continues to travel the U.S. to find and paint new subjects.
His art education began early and he studied at a local art school, Associates in Art. Logan also studied under notable figurative and landscape California artists, Steve Huston and Joseph Mendez. Other artists who have influenced Logan Hagege’s work include Gustav Klimt, N.C. Wyeth, and Maynard Dixon.
Hagege has exhibited is work in many group and solo exhibitions. In 2015, he was included in a exhibition of Western art at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia. This exhibition ends in February of 2016 and then he will be showing his work at the The Autry Museum in Los Angeles. He is considered a rising star of American art.
“If I could put feelings into words I would be a poet. But I am a painter and express feelings through pigment.” – Logan Maxwell Hagege