Logan Maxwell Hagage ( b. 1980 )
Logan Hagege is considered as one of the rising young stars in the world of Western art. Known for his vibrant colors and geometric shapes, he has blended modernist techniques, such as geometric forms, while at the same time, portraying his subjects in a strong and welll defined realist manner.
Trained classicly in a Los Angeles atelier, Hagege followed a rigorous program of instruction that involved painting for up to six hours a day. He also studied privately with two well regarded art instructors; Joseph Mendez and Steve Huston. At the age of 35, Hagege has already had his work acquired by such renowned institutions as: The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Autry National Center, the Booth Museum of Western Art, and the Briscoe Western Art Museum.