Connie Logan (C.P. Logan) is an impressionist painter and instructor with a studio in Greensboro, North Carolina. Connie paints landscapes, figure studies, portraits, still lifes, and plein aire studies with the heart of an impressionist. Her colors are rich and intense and her compositions are carefuly planned with texture, accomplished brushwork, and dramatic light and contrast. Although she enjoys much diversity of style the common theme is deeply intimate and spiritual, revealing peace, joy, beauty, and hope.

Connie Logan developed her impressionist painting style from admiring the works of the famous Impressionists and Post Impressionists. Born in 1952 in Fairfax County, Virginia, she frequented the Washington museums and galleries. After receiving a B.A. in Art and Art Education from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg, Virginia, she continued her studies at F.I.T. in NYC, Florida Atlantic University, and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She has taken workshops and studied with some of the most successful contemporary artists in the country and abroad.

She taught Art and Art Appreciation in public and private institutions to every age student from children to adults. Logan spent two years traveling, studying, painting, teaching, and exhibiting in Budapest, Hungary from1991-1993. She continues to lead painting excursions all over the world including, England, Ireland, Italy, and Hawaii.

Logan’s European exhibitions included international group exhibitions and a one woman show at Budapest’s National Opera House. Her work has been collected by many multinational corporations and seen in private collections of businessmen and diplomats from all over the world. She has been featured twice in Artist’s Magazine and has won awards for her work on the local, regional, and national level. She has organized and exhibited in the Artstock Annual Open Studio Tour in Greensboro and showcases the work of her talented students in an annual Art in the Garden Show.

Connie teaches impressionist painting classes, lectures, and juries shows and has exhibited her own work in over thirty galleries, restaurants, and museums regionally. She opens her own studio twice a year to the public. She is currently teaching over 60 adult students at her own studio.