Logan Wake 

Logan Wake 

About

 
 

I've always created art...

I once had a gentleman tell me when I first starting creating art full time that I was about to embark on a very lonely profession.  It is entirely too accurate.  Learning how to channel and harness a creative idea in the mind of an artist is like watching a river roll by while trying to gather precise shapes of driftwood to construct your dream home.  Theres a certain degree of isolation that must be accepted and that's what I thrive off of.  Mainly due to the fact that in that state I am dreaming, I'm creating ideas and scenarios that do not exist in the common world and I give them a way of life by color, and texture, and body.  Abstraction is what I tend to gravitate towards for reason of constantly deriving different nuances from the work.  My mind wonders too much for a precise image.  I need that void, I want a bit of grunge in my work, I want that uncomfortable contorted figure because that's life.  It's not ideal, it's not a picture perfect walk in the park.  It's