Zachari Logan "Garden 1, from Specimen Series (detail), 2013"
Zachari Logan "Garden 1, from Specimen Series (detail), 2013" blue pencil on mylar 7" x 10"
This exhibition features the work of Saskatoon-based artists Zachari Logan, Clint Neufeld and Alison Norlen. A public opening reception will be held Sunday, February 9 from 2 to 5 pm.
Zachari Logan completed his MFA from the University of Saskatchewan in 2008 and has since been exhibiting his drawings and sculptures nationally and internationally. Recent projects include a residency at Museums Quartier in Vienna, Austria, and solo and group exhibitions in Ottawa, Los Angeles, Mexico, Paris, Amsterdam, London and New York.
Clint Neufeld is a ceramic sculptor who works with concepts of masculine identity, currently in the form of ceramic transformations of engines and transmissions. He was featured in MASS MoCA’s “Oh, Canada” show this past year, and has had solo exhibitions at public art galleries across the country, including the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon and the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.
Alison Norlen’s work ranges from wire sculptures to graphite and charcoal drawings and is inspired by her visits to theme parks, festivals, fairs, road-side attractions, and similar sites. Norlen obtained an MFA from the prestigious art program at Yale University in 1989. She currently lives in Saskatoon and is a professor at the University of Saskatchewan.