On a near weekly basis, someone I know will tell me about something they made. Be it a handmade jewelry box, their own beauty products, or their first few paintings, there is always someone out there making for the first time.
And my first question to them is always, “Have you started selling it yet?” Continue reading “Letting Go: Getting Started Selling Your Art”
The above photograph is blurry. The angle is wrong. The composition is off. The colours are stale. In a word, this is a “bad” photograph.
But you try telling that to 12 year-old me. Continue reading “All because of one photograph…”
I am very excited to invite all of you to my first solo exhibition: Human / Nature.
Human / Nature is a look at the way people and nature interact. Through photographs, this exhibit examines the way we rewrite the landscape to suit ourselves, forcing flora & fauna to adapt, and the way nature reclaims that which we’ve abandoned, giving our structures a new, feral life. Continue reading “Human / Nature, a photographic exhibition by Jillian Logee”
Several years ago, I took a trip with a friend of mine to see if we could locate some of Alberta’s ghost towns. After a lot of driving and a long day, I came home with some of my favourite Alberta photos.
Last weekend, myself and two photographer friends decided to do the journey again. Thankfully, since 2009 I’ve acquired a smartphone, which makes it immensely easier to locate derelict towns when all you have are GPS coordinates. Continue reading “Alberta’s Ghost Towns”
It’s the new year and amidst bookings, I’ve been spending time working on a new product for my Etsy shop: the photographic block.
The above photograph shows my first completed piece. I took all the requisite photographs of it for my shop, and then just as I went to list it for sale, a thought popped in my head: “But this is the first one I’ve made…” Continue reading “Sentimentality”
I have some new prints up for sale on Etsy, this time a whole section of abstract work I created recently. Only selected sizes have been uploaded, but custom sizing is available.
E-mail me for custom work or check out what’s already up on Etsy!
A photograph I took of my one of sister’s (Erinn Logee) Agony of Beauty dolls has been published in Volume 23, Issue 1 of the Glass Art Society’s News. Members of the society can view the publication here.