The Art of Reflection: exhibition highlights

Want to know more about some of the sculptures in the Andrew Logan exhibition? We've chosen just a few of our favourites, and you can read more about them here.

Life, Birth and Death sculpture

Pegasus - Birth, Life and Death 

Tales of mythology are often used in Logan's world, none more so than Pegasus, which has become one of Andrew's most iconic pieces.

Excalibur

Excalibur

Goldfield

Goldfield 

Logan is particularly excited to be showing this piece. “It’s been 41 years. .. I’ve kept it intact in my studio storing it in roofs, garages. I’ve moved studios, had fires and floods…Goldfield has remained.”

The Altar Cross

Altar Cross 

Logan’s work is full of symbolism. This piece features a Celtic cross not for its religious connotations, but more for its aesthetic and spiritual connections.

World of Smiles

World of Smiles 

Andrew’s overarching message is to bring joy to the world.

Life and Oomph

Life and Oomph 

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

Universe throne

Universe Throne 

Logan started creating thrones in the mid 80’s to reflect the ceremony of royalty.