Logan Fine Art and Sunstone Gallery  carry beautiful sculptures. We are privileged to have the work of Leroy Transfield with his gentle Christmas Relief sculptures, depictions surrounding the birth of Christ,and his Asian Madonna with its jade like petina.

 Gene Needham’s sculpture “The Transfiguration” a depiction of Christ on the mount with Moses and Elias and Peter, James and John as recorded in Matt;17 1-9 and Mark 9:2-9 leaving us with a reverence for what happened on that occasion not often spoke of or depicted in art.
 Nevaloni Pulotu shares with us Maori symbolism in his sculpture titled “Talavou(Beautiful)” this sculpture (as quoted by Nevaloni) carries “a symbol known as Koru a spiral design used by the ancient Maori people of New Zealand to suggest new beginnings,the cycle of life, newness of life overcoming adversity,or simply discovering beauty that exists within oneself.The three spirals (Korus) on the sculpture suggest that beauty lies not without,but within us. Believing in ones self allows true beauty to develop and grow within.
 Nevaloni helps us reach new understandings within ourselves with his insightful works.
Scott Rogers brings us a feel of the old west with his sculpture “Legend”
Scott describes his work as if you were to film a moment then capture the emotion between the frames of film, where the expression is. Scott is know for the emotion in his artworks , his deep passion for capturing a moment and a feeling . His depiction of a bucking horse with rider skillfully holding on with determined grit, sits on a turntable so one can view all angles of the moment.
This, his bronze sculpture ” Legend ” tied for second place in this years annual competiton ” Fall Salon” now showing in the Gallery.
Jared Wiberg brings us a fascinating piece of art called “Skull Lamp” a beautiful mosaic created from colored peices of collected glass skillfully inlaid on the skull bone of a horse making a glittering lamp with lighted eyes of red and blue glass from colored bottles.
Ruth Menlove’s Stick Figure-Moonlight Sonata is another very creative work. As Ruth takes walks near her home in the Salt Lake area she picks up driftwood for her enormous stack of wood at her house where she draws inspiration for her fantastic sculptures of horses and other animals.
A Lone Wolf howls at the moon in her wall sculpture made entirely out of driftwood, screws and barbdwire titled “Stick figure -Moonlight Sonata”.
Nicholas Decker shows us what the sound of a basson would look like if it were a sculpture in his peice “Resonance #3″.
Dan Mortenson brings us  an etherial look at of the intimacy of a mother with her unborn child  with his bronze sculpture titled “bTWEEN HEAVEN AND bIRTH” .
All these and many other artists come together to expand the mind to possibilities beyond taste, sound and hearing to help us see with a new sense and think in ways we have not yet expirienced.
Come to Logan Fine Art Gallery and Sunstone Gallery to bring fresh perspective to your world and its endless possibilities.

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