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
"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


Anonymous said...

"shadows on the mountain" unreal logan

Logan Hagege said...

Thanks anonymous.

John Karl Claes said...

It's nice to see new work. These paintings are quite strong.

RC Reese said...

very nice! Love your lines and bold colors! I would love to see them in person!

Eric Merrell said...

Nice work Logan, you've been busy. Congratulations on the gallery, too, that sounds sweet. Alexey's is tonight if you're in town -

Heidi said...

Hello Logan: I discovered your work while in Tuscon and I loved it instantly! I would like to invite you to participate in the American Art Invitational September 2010. This biennial exhibition features the work of thirty top masters of traditional and contemporary realism, in a month long exhibition and artwork sale being held at Saks Galleries in Denver, Colorado.

Yes, I know John B. Strong is acting as your contact, but I'd like to start with you first to gage your interest level. I am hoping that you receive this msg and will let me know if you're interested and where I should send the AAI information.
Warm Regards- Heidi Huisjen

Logan Hagege said...

Hello Heidi, thanks for your message, please contact me via email at and we can talk some more.