Ruthin Craft Centre
The Centre for the Applied Arts


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Andrew Logan

14 April – 15 July 2018


10 years ago, as part of the re-launch of the Craft Centre, there was a celebration and retrospective exhibition of Andrew’s work: An Artistic Adventure. This new exhibition – or as Andrew names it ‘a creative cornucopia’ – is a selection of new work; here to celebrate ‘an abundant supply of good things’ as well as our 10 year anniversary.

‘Andrew Logan’s work is never what is expected. It’s a bit (or a lot) theatre, craft, sculpture, art, fashion, jewellery and performance. It certainly isn’t a quiet, understated pot on a white podium. Stars of the craft firmament rarely shine brighter than Andrew Logan, so do enjoy’. Jane Audas

Publications Andrew Logan An Artistic Adventure

Andrew Logan is one of Britain’s most distinctive artists. His work spans many areas of practice, moving with ease across conventional definitions and constructs of ‘fine art’ and ‘applied art’. Drawing his influences from the cultures and icons of east and west to create astonishing and unique assemblages, made from precious materials, shattered glass and found objects from the narrative of his life – his own artistic adventure. Essays by Philip Hughes, Andrew Logan, Fennah Podschies and Marina Vaizey.

200 pages
Full colour
ISBN 978-1-905865-03-1
Language: English

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To celebrate Craft Counts, our 10 years celebration we will be offering a special exhibition discount offer of 50% off the retail price of An Artistic Adventure publication. Hardback £45 – now £22.50 Softback £35 – now £17.50