For those who are not familiar, Joanne is the twin sister of Simmone Logue, who is highly regarded in the catering and restaurant industry.
Joanna Logue was born in Scone NSW. She graduated from the City Art Institute with a B.A in Visual arts and a Graduate diploma in professional art studies.
Since then she has exhibited extensively in major cities throughout Australia, having made over 20 solo exhibitions.
Joanna was the recipient of the 2006 Country Energy Prize for landscape painting and in 2009 was awarded the Central West Regional Artist award. She has been awarded two residencies in Hill End, one by the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery and the other by the Paddington Art Prize.
In 2011 her work was included in the ‘New Romantics’ exhibition at the Gippsland Regional Gallery, ‘Wattle – Australian Contemporary Art’ at Cat Street Gallery in Hong Kong and ‘New acquisitions’ at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery.
She has been a finalist in the Fleurieu art prize, the Norvill Landscape Painting prize where she received highly commended and the Paddington Landscape Painting prize where she was awarded the peoples’ choice twice. Her paintings have been hung several times in the NSW Plein Air painting prize at Parliament house.
In 2012 Joanna’s work was included in an exhibition curated by Gavin Wilson at the Blue Mountains Cultural center called ‘Picturing the Great Divide: Visions from Australia’s Blue Mountains’.
In 2013 she participated in an exhibition curated by Andrew Frost at Tamworth Regional Art Gallery called ‘The Feminine Optic – perspectives on landscape’ and was also collected into the Kedumba Drawing prize.
This year James Makin gallery will represent her at ‘Art Stage’ in Singapore. Logue has also been curated into an exhibtion opening this month called ‘Natura Morta’ at Orange Regional Gallery. Early in 2015 her landscapes will be shown in an extensive exhibtion called ‘Country and Western’ opening at the Townsville Regional Gallery and touring the country showcasing prominent Australian Landscape painters working from the bi-centennial year till today.
Joanna lives and works in both her country property in Oberon NSW, and Fiztroy Melbourne. She is represented by King Street Gallery on William in Sydney.