Mary Callaway Logan’s oil and cold wax paintings are landscapes of intuition and spirit. Mary creates images from layers of mark making that are internally directed. The many layers are applied with a dough scrapper and then scratched, dug out, and excavated in physical interactions with the paint and wax. The marks range in nature from gentle, to visceral, depending on what Mary’s body tells her to do. Over time, an evocative color field with subtle suggestions of space emerges. These intriguing free form expressions contain a sense of immediacy conveyed by the mark making, and a sense of timelessness conveyed by the nuanced colors.