Logie Evans Teush creates captivating three dimensional artworks combining hand crafted ceramics with found, upcycled objects. His surreal and fantastical work is the stuff of dreams (and perhaps, occasionally, nightmares).
Working on a large scale, Logie’s sculptures are complex, intricate and intriguing – influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright and M.C. Escher, Logie’s work has a psychedelic slant. Built primarily for his own amusement, we are pleased to offer a rare opportunity to view this magical collection in a public gallery.
Explaining the title of the exhibition, Logie said, “I was re-diagnosed as naturally eccentric in 2002”.
20 April – 25 May
11-5, Wednesday – Saturday
Free entry / wheelchair accessible toilet and lift to first floor gallery