Resting Place by Logan Maxwell Hagege
Pendleton is proud to present a new blanket in our Artist Collection, “Resting Place” by Logan Maxwell Hagege.
A well-worn hat on a split-rail fence offers a moment of respite for the rider who hung it there, as its rounded shape offers a centered counterbalance to the horizontal sweep of mountain buttes and fence rails behind it. Logan Maxwell Hagege is a Los Angeles-based contemporary artist whose modern visions of the American West use repeating shapes to create a visual narrative for each composition, distilling shapes to their essence while celebrating their complexity.
Learn more about this blanket at Pendleton-usa.com. Resting Place
Here is the painting from which this design was adapted.
Hagege creates works that are celebrated for their harmonious composition, texture, and depth. This blanket offers a rare opportunity to own a work by one of the most celebrated contemporary artists of the American West. You can learn more about his art at his website: LOGAN MAXWELL HAGEGE
Enjoy a video of his “Dear Old Western Sky” exhibition at the Maxwell Alexander Gallery here:
“Resting Place” joins “A Horse Called Paint” by Judd Thompson in Pendleton’s Artists Collection. Learn more here: “A Horse Called Paint”