Zachari Logan, an artist from Canada, will open "A Garden of Lines: Zachari Logan, Selected Drawings 2011-2016" on Oct. 14 at the University of Tampa (UT) to display specific pieces of his art.
Logan’s medium for his drawings is mylar. He makes intricate images of flora by mixing wildlife drawings with depictions of his own body parts. These echo the styles of Roman painting and medieval illuminated manuscripts. His large pastels are set on black backgrounds to remind viewers of the baroque portrait heads by Arcimboldo.
Logan currently resides in Regina, Canada. He has finished two residencies located in New York’s Wave Hill Botanical Gardens located in the Bronx and the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) based in Brooklyn. His work has been shown around the world and in several Canadian public collections. In 2015, his art was displayed in the Leslie-Lohman Museum in New York.
The exhibit will be hosted in the Scarfone/Hartley Gallery until Nov. 22. The public is invited to view the exhibit and listen to Logan give a gallery talk on Oct. 13. Visitors can also meet Logan.
In addition, there is an open reception on Oct. 14. Admission to the gallery and the events is free of charge.
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