Susan Logoreci

In her meticulously painted works, artist Susan Logoreci captures the fractured, chaotic urban world in which many of us live. Adopting mind-bending perspectives, she does not hesitate to tear cities apart and crash city skylines together. In a world filled with endless tranquil Instagram cityscapes, Susan Logoreci’s energetic works come as a breath of fresh air.  

  1. 213212, colored pencil on paper, 4′ x 8′, 2006
  2. Building Parts, colored pencil on paper, 4′ x 6′, 2007
  3. Central Park, colored pencil on paper, 4′ x 10′, 2008
  4. Rodeo Drive, colored pencil on paper, 22″ x 30″, 2008
  5. Divide and Alter, colored pencil on paper, 46″ x 46″, 2011
  6. Loss of Gravity, colored pencil on paper, 24″ x 48″, 2008
  7. Mexico City-Los Angeles (Let’s Meet in the Middle), colored pencil on paper, 5′ x 7′, 2008
  8. Downtown #1, colored pencil on paper, 4’ x 6’, 2006
  9. Sunset, colored pencil on paper, 3′ x 5′, 2006
  10. Washington D.C., colored pencil on paper, 4′ x 7′, 2008, images posted with permission of the artist.

Website | Prints

Prints are available to purchase here. 


Susan will have work in the group exhibition, Witty and Urbane at the FOCA (Fellows of Contemporary Art), Los Angeles, May 9th-July 10th, 2015. 

She will also have work in the group exhibition, 6H to 8B Artists who draw in Los Angeles at the FOCA (Fellows of Contemporary Art), Los Angeles, in September 2015.

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Museum Madness continues and the battle is getting more intense. Who will win: Rubens’s “Prometheus Bound” or Van Gogh’s “Rain”? You decide. “Like” your favorite here and see if it heads to the final round against the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Prometheus Bound,” begun c. 1611–12, completed by 1618, by Peter Paul Rubens and Frans Snyders

Rain,” 1889, by Vincent van Gogh