Women of Provence, 1998
Oil on Canvas
Connie Logan, a native of Fairfax County, Virginia, received a BA in Art and Art Education at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and continued her studies at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Florida Atlantic University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She taught Art and Art Appreciation to all ages in both public and private institutions. From 1991 to 1993, she studied, painted, taught, and exhibited her work in Budapest, Hungary.
Women of Provence demonstrates Logan’s impressionistic style and her use of rich intense color, further amplifying her portrayal of romance and folk tradition. Her works focus around a deeply intimate and spiritual theme, celebrating the presence of peace, joy and hope. Logan’s highly textural compositions include landscapes, nature studies, architectural studies, figure studies, portraits and still lifes.
Logan’s work shown in Europe includes international group exhibitions and a one-woman show at Budapest’s National Opera House. Since returning to the Unites States, she won awards for her work and taught in galleries, schools and art organizations.