Life and Oomph

Life and Oomph

When asked to explain the piece, Logan described it as a portrayal of “life’s ups and downs”

This was the last large scale sculpture that Logan created at The Glasshouse in Bermondsey, the home and studio that he and his architect partner lived in for 25 years.

Like many of his works, this was a piece that grew over time, taking approximately 5 years to complete. It has never been exhibited before.

The sculpture features Lynn Seymour, who was the principal ballerina at the Royal Ballet and who Logan describes as a powerful figure, gliding through the air. Andrew has worked with Lynn on various projects over the years, and she is also the subject of a portrait that is now part of the collection at the National Portrait Gallery in London.