Tuesday, December 22, 2009


a good break from painting. the backbone of every painting.

Monday, December 21, 2009

Coors Western Art Show, January 2010

"Striped Blanket" 30x40, oil/linen, Available at the Coors Western Art Show

The 2010 Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale will open with a Red Carpet Reception on Wednesday, January 6, 2010. Advance reservations (prior to December 15, 2009) are $150.00 per person; after December 15th, they are $175.00. For additional information or to receive an invitation, please call the National Western, 303-299-5561

I will have 5 paintings available at the Coors Western Art Exhibit.  

visit Coors Western Art for more info

Artists in the show:

Cyrus Afsary
Carolyn Anderson
Duke Beardsley
Sophy Brown
Kenneth Bunn
George Carlson
G. Russell Case
Dan Chen
Len Chmiel
Nicholas Coleman
Gil Dellinger
Teresa Elliott
Buff Elting
Cary Ennis
Loren Entz
Sharron Evans
Douglas Fryer
Ernest Gallegos
Terry Gardner
Logan Maxwell Hagege
T.D. Kelsey
Steve Kestrel
Raymond L. Knaub
Shane Night
J. Mark Kohler
Mehl Lawson
Richard Loffler
Leon Roughridge
Kim Mackey
Jan Mapes
Walter T. Matia
William Matthews
Dean Mitchell
Jim Morgan
Julie Oriet
Joel Ostlind
Chris Owen
Howard Rude
Brad Rude
Roseta Santiago
Stock Schlueter
Sandy Scott
William E. Sharer
William Shepherd
Tim Shinabarger
Gary Ernest Smith
Matt Smith
Jill Soukup
Daniel Sprick
Don Stinson
Karmel TImmons
Kent Ullberg
Karmel Timmons
Barbara Van Cleve
Theodore Waddell
M.W. Skip Whitcomb
Dan Young
Rod Zullo

Saturday, December 19, 2009

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

I recently went on a trip to San Miguel de Allende with a group of 15 artists.  Frank Gardner put the whole trip together for us, including finding us a great place to stay, Casa Heyne.  The villa was great, approx 16,ooo sq ft., with a cooking and cleaning staff.  We were very spoiled.  Paintings from this trip will be in two exhibitions in February.  The first is on February 12th at the Cape Cod Museum of Art, in Dennis, MA.  The second show is at Addison Art Gallery on February 13th, in Orleans, MA.  The following pictures are in no particular order, all of the artists in the photos should have links to the right of the page, if not write me and ask for their websites.  

A view of the courtyard at our villa.
Some of the crew on the way into town one evening.  L-R: Alexey Steele, Jeremy Lipking, Ernesto Nemesio, Daniel Corey.  

Alexey Steele, painting the sunset clouds from the roof of our villa. 

The View from the roof looking west @ sunset. 

Fresh bbq'd corn at a ranch outside of San Miguel de Allende

Lunch at the ranch.
the "west coast" crew during a break from our 3 hour trail ride.  


Ingat Ignatov getting roped by Paul Schulenburg. 
Jerome Greene and Frank Gardner.

A lasso demo

A local police officer's horse tied up in town.

Peter Kallil, Colin Page, and Frank Gardner after painting in the country outside of San Miguel de Allende.

Our gracious host, Frank Gardner

Some of our group painting a local trinket seller.

Scott Burdick during a break, painting a local rancher who sat for us. 

Peter Kallil and a new fan. 

Parade in town.
Another sunset over San Miguel
A view of one of the patio areas @ Casa Heyne, Scott Burdick and Jeremy Lipking. 

Me doing my best impression of a Refined Cowboy.  

A typical street scene.

Jerome Greene with some new friends. 

Looking for a place to paint.

A local church.
Tamales with Lipking and Ignatov

Indoor market.
Outdoor market

Another Street View.

Make sure to visit www.AddisonArt.com to see paintings from the show and get more show details.  

Friday, December 4, 2009

Art Journey: New Mexico

"Taos Profile" 64x36, featured in Art Journey: New Mexico

I should mention, I am one of the 104 artists featured in the new book titled Art Journey: New Mexico

Click the link below to get your copy on Amazon, or check your local Barnes & Noble/Border's Bookstore.  

Monday, November 23, 2009

Portrait Painting Workshop Announced

"Painting the Portrait in the Studio"
March 19-21, 2010, $375.00, 9am-4pm
This 3-day class will focus on several aspects of painting the portrait, working with live models.  Some basic topics to be covered include; proportion, color, design, lighting, value, and many more.  Each day will include an instructor demonstration, as well as personal instruction with the students.  This workshop will take place in Logan Maxwell Hagege's East Coast studio in Fall River, MA.  Besides learning about painting the portrait, you will also get an inside view into Hagege's studio process.  

CLASS SIZE is limited, please contact me asap if interested. 

email: Logan@LoganHagege.com 

Saturday, November 7, 2009

New 8x6 inch paintings available!

"Cloud Shadows Over Sage"
oil on linen

"Pueblo Profile" 
oil on linen

"Pueblo with Blanket"
oil on linen

I just finished some new 8x6 inch paintings that are now available through my "studio gallery" section on my website.  Click HERE to see all of them. 

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

American Art Collector October 2009 Issue

"Clouds Over the Sea" oil/canvas -12x16 - sold www.addisonart.com

It has been a while since I have posted anything. Just wanted to mention that I have an article in the October 2009 issue of American Art Collector. The article features some of my North Eastern Fisherman paintings. Here are a couple to give you an idea of what they look like.

"Mackerel Dip Net" oil/linen 12x12 - SOLD

Monday, August 3, 2009


"Clearing Storm" oil on linen 18x24

I will be teaching a Figure Painting Workshop that will focus on painting the figure outdoors.  We will study color and value in this class.  Since light moves so fast, we won't focus as much on composition or drawing.  Instead we will focus on making studies from life.  Drawing and composition should be studied for years and take a long time to develop.  So does color and value study, but I feel like this is something that is possible to teach in a short workshop like this.  I hope that my students will take something valuable from this class and ideas in this class will be the starting point to painting great color from life! If you are interested in this class please visit www.paam.org to get more info.  The dates are August 10th-12th, the cost of the class is $350.  I will be painting demos and working with students.

Hope to see you there!

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Scott Burdick Painting Available - Sale will go to Cancer Treatment payments.

"Planting Time" oil, 20" by 16" by Scott Burdick $5,000

Here is the text from http://www.scottburdick.com/ please pass this message along:

This painting was sold a few years ago, but the man who bought it recently found out he has cancer and is trying to raise money to pay for the hospital treatments he'll need. Sadly, he's always had medical insurance through his work, but recently switched from one company to another. Even though there was no gap when he wasn't covered, his new insurance company says his cancer is a pre-existing condition so won't pay for it. If anyone is interested in this painting, just contact Germanton Gallerywww.germantongallery.com Germanton, NC (336) 969-6121

This is just up the road from his house house on Flat Shoals Road. The farmers are planting Tobacco with the Quaker Gap Baptist Church in the background.

Monday, June 15, 2009

New Gallery - Jackson Hole, WY

"Taos Rider" 20x30 - available at Altamira Fine Art

I am excited to announce that I will now be represented in Jackson Hole, WY by Altamira Fine Art. This gallery is opening July 1st and is being run by Mark Tarrant, who has a long list of great galleries that he has directed in the past. The website should be up and running any day now so make sure to bookmark www.AltamiraArt.com to keep up on shows, etc.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Painting the Figure Outdoors Painting Workshop

This will be my second year teaching this class at the Provincetown Art Museum in Cape Cod, MA. In this class we will paint the figure outdoors on the beach and in a garden setting. The focus will be studying color from life, and simplifying nature. Visit www.Paam.org or call 508.487.1750 for more info. Classes are limited to 10 students so please sign up soon if you are interested.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

New paintings from Santa Fe

"Shadows on the Mountain" oil/linen 30x40

Been having a lot of fun painting in Santa Fe. I have been working with a great model named Tony, who brought me along to the Feast Day danced at San Felipe Pueblo, where he is from. See a painting of Tony below.
"Taos Profile" oil/canvas 64x36

A lot of new work has been uploaded to my website so you can check more of it out there www.LoganHagege.com
"Navajo at Sunset" oil/linen 30x20

I have been out here painting for my new Santa Fe representation Strong-Schenck Galleries, they are hanging just a few living artists like Glenn Dean, Tim Solliday, Billy Schenck and me. They will also be representing some of the best historic western artwork. Check them out next time you are in town! You can find them at 200 Canyon Road, suite C

Friday, March 20, 2009


"Sorrow" oil on linen 12x6

Here is a painting I finished yesterday. I will probably do a bigger version of this one.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

New painting

"By the Church Gate" oil on panel 18x24
available at John B. Strong Fine Art, Sante Fe NM.

It has been a while since I have posted anything. My show in Arizona went well, we saw some red dots which is a good thing. I don't have to much to report, I just finished this painting "By the Church Gate". It was a fun one to paint. Oh, I started moving into my new studio and have done a handful of paintings there. It is nice and big so I am excited to start some big paintings. Keep your eyes peeled for a Studio Opening Party Date sometime in June.

I will be teaching classes there once or twice a month (starting in June). The classes will be like mini workshops, they will be a full day with a demo in the first part of the day and then personal instruction while you paint during the second half. If interested email me for more info at Logan@LoganHagege.com

Friday, February 20, 2009

Solo Exhibition - Scottsdale, Arizona

Poster for Solo Exhibit $50 available at John B. Strong Fine Art

Lindsey and I are gearing up for our quick trip to Scottsdale, Arizona for my Solo Exhibition at John B. Strong Fine Art. I have been preparing for this show for months, it is quite a relief to be done with the paintings and to have everything at the gallery.

"Mesa Shadows" oil on panel 20x16
"Dark Mesa" ink on paper 7x8

I did 20 paintings for this show, all of the work is Southwestern subject matter. The funny thing is that half of the show was painted in the North East. But I enjoy being able to take trips into the Southwest, and do tons of studies outdoors and take a lot of photos, and then retreating to the North East to do my studio work. When I get back to the North East it feels like a different world, but it allows me to paint freely without too much outside influence from the Southwest.

"Mother and Child" pencil/paper 8x7.5
"Blue Bandana" oil on canvas 10x8
"Along the Mesa" gouache on paper 5x7

The artwork was done in a variety of mediums. I always enjoy going to shows that have a few drawings, some oils, and some water media. So I tried my best to do a variety of things so everyone who sees the show will enjoy it.
I tried something new at this show too. I designed a poster and printed up about 50 of them, that we will be selling at the show. They are all hand silk-screened, I look forward to seeing the public reaction to the posters. I had a good time designing it.

To see the work visit www.JohnBStrong.com or www.LoganHagege.com

The show opens February 26th 7-9pm. I hope to see anyone who can make it!