Lexi Logan was born in China Town, Philadelphia. At the age of three, she moved to Bucks County with her older brother and parents and was raised on a sheep farm, nestled in the back corners of Cuttalossa Road. Formally, this historic farm was home for famous Pennsylvania Impressionist painter, Daniel Garber. This strange little gothic valley has served as a retreat for some like Abie Hoffman, and as a stage for others like George Nakashima and Moss Hart.
Educated in Quaker Schools, Logan was surround by artists throughout her life. Her father, grandmother, grandfather, great aunt, and cousins all have had their feet in the art world over the years. Lexi decided to follow her love of art to New York City.
Lexi holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Fine Art and Art Education from New York University. After graduating with honors, Lexi worked in Manhattan for 10 years creating original window displays, managing vintage clothing stores, teaching elementary art, all while exhibiting/selling her contemporary paintings. She feels deeply connected to New York, and continues to find much of her inspiration in the city today.
In 2000 Lexi returned to Bucks County with her Australian husband, Andrew Logan, an internationally recognized sculptor. Together they launched New York City Sculpture, a company that embodies architectural design, sculpture, and a full service Bronze Foundry. Logan is the director and co-owner of Canal Street Studios, as well as Associate Producer for various projects with Lunch Productions, a full-service video and New Media production company. She has also creates web sites for schools and is the in house photographer for a Pediatric Blog, Two Peds in a Pod.
The Logan family resides on a 9 acre farm in Buckingham, Pa. They have transformed a 200 year old farming property to house various artists studios. They rent space to sculptors, painters, woodworkers, and metal fabricators. The property also has a fully functioning bronze casting foundry, marble carving operation, and fabrication division. Lexi spends much of her time parenting her three children and exploring her world, with camera in hand, following her inspirations.