Logan Zatzman is based in Toronto and Collingwood. She grew up in North York and studied painting and sculpture at the Claude Watson Visual Arts Program where she began painting professionally in 2013. She was educated at Western University and the Schulich School of Business at York University where she received my Master of Marketing. This was followed by three years of completing commissions for clients and working closely with interior designers in Toronto.
Her approach to art stems from love of nature and movement as well as a deep curiosity about form, texture, and minimalism. Her work is process and material-driven.
Clay Flowers: The flowers explore the connection between the outside world and our lives inside our homes. It’s a careful and meditative process that results in a contrast between the softness of the flower shapes and the tension required to mould the clay. The monochromatic paintings bring a bold look to any space.
Abstract Figures: The abstraction of faces and figures is an expressive practice for her. Keenly interested in minimalist interior design, her vision is to create a modern take on figurative work. Her abstract figure paintings are perfect for spaces in need of a focal point, while also providing balance to the room.