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Gary Logan was born in Trinidad and Tobago in 1970 and raised in the United States. He attended Boston University, where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts in Painting. During his time in Massachusetts, he also developed a career in education and social service while initiating his career as an artist. He later relocated to New York and New Jersey for ten years, where he was employed as an art educator in various public schools, and then he subsequently lived in São Paulo, Brazil, where he advanced his art career while exploring Brazil’s diverse landscape and culture for a period of three years. After returning to the United States, he lived in Miami, Florida, further developed his body of work, and was employed as a visual arts director at a school for the arts. He currently resides in Seattle, Washington and devotes his time to his studio practice and teaching art. Along with his individual and group exhibitions in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, São Paulo, South Florida, St. Louis, and Venice his artwork has been highlighted in periodicals such as All the Art, Bostonia Magazine, and the literary journals, Callaloo and Agni. In 1999, he was awarded The Phillip Guston Prize along with poet Eric McHenry for their artist collaboration featured in Agni.

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