Neville Logan was an electrical engineer and his wife Barbara was an English professor when they decided to heed a different calling. Based in Brisbane’s western suburbs for over 40 years, Pinjarra Hills native Mr Logan has had several art exhibitions in and around the country with his wife in pursuit of their common passion for watercolour art.
An all-watercolours art exhibit will showcase their works along with that of other talented local artists at the Richard Randall Art Studio in Mt Coot-tha.
Neville and Barbara will join four of their Iranian friends, Ferie Sadeghi, Samaneh Mohtadi, Bahar Shahrestanaki and Parvaneh Shayegh, in an art showcase called “Mainly Watercolours,” from Thursday to Sunday, the 21st to the 24th of Nov 2019.
Their artworks at the Richard Randall Art Studio will feature a variety of subjects to include local and overseas settings and sceneries set against Barbara’s acrylic fabric collages. The Logans are avid travelers and their experiences are reflected in their creative works.
Admission to the exhibit is free and it will be open to the public from noontime to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday and from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during the weekend. Whilst you’re there, you may also visit the Brisbane Botanic Gardens nearby.