Pendleton is proud to present “Resting Place” by Logan Maxwell Hagege. Hagege creates works that are celebrated for their harmonious composition, texture, and depth. His works are highly sought after. 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
His Instagram has beautiful paintings, inspo shots, and information about his latest shows: LMH on Instagram
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.
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 about that piece here: “A Horse Called Paint”