School of Art and Design;
Honorary Degree of Doctor of Design
Andrew Logan is one of Britain’s principal sculptural artists.
He challenges convention, mixes media and plays with artistic
values. Born in Oxford in 1945 and qualified in architecture, he
has worked across the fields of sculpture, jewellery, stage design
and public art, embodying artistic fantasy in an unprecedented
From his early fame as the founder of the Alternative Miss World
in 1972, he has become an influential artist of international
stature, with exhibitions as far afield as USA, Mexico and Russia.
His art can be found in public collections including the National
Portrait Gallery, London; American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore;
National Museums & Galleries, Merseyside; The Australian
Gallery of National Art, Sydney; and the Metropolitan Museum, New
Some of Andrew’s collectors include the late Queen Mother,
Viscountess Caroline Windsor and Lord & Lady John Sainsbury.
Among his more impressive commissions are: The Cosmic Egg at the
American Visionary Art Museum, The Millennium Pegasus in Dudley,
Wing in Guy’s & St Thomas’s Hospital, London, Cosmos Within in
Mumbai and Flying Bananas in Delhi.
Andrew has a cult following, with admirers travelling to view
his work at the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture in Wales, the only
museum in Europe dedicated to a living artist.
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