Logan White was born in 1984 in Macon, Georgia, a seventh-generation Southerner and daughter of a classical concert pianist.   In her work you can see a mystery,  power and vulnerability as she plays with the line between dark and light.  She explores the contemporary feminine subconscious in a Neo-Victorian state, women on the battlefield of their lives.  Logan is an artist that joins forces with her clients to create a new world for them to wander. Above all she is a compelling narrator, with so many stories to tell.

 

Logan graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design, spending a year in Rome as part of the prestigious European Honors Program. She has exhibited her work internationally in group exhibits in New York, Los Angeles, London, Berlin and Paris, among other cities, as well as solo exhibitions at the University of Buffalo and at Mercer University and Wesleyan College in Macon. Her work has been published in Vice, Bullett, Dazed and Confused, Purple and others. Logan lives and works in Los Angeles, California.