Sam Mindrum-Logan

Sam Midrum-Logan received her undergraduate education from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1973-1975, and from Edgecliffe College, in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1976-1977. She has participated in numerous one-person and group exhibitions concentrating in the southwest area. During her career, Mindrum-Logan has been the president of M.A.R.S. Artspace and worked with abused children, cancer survivors, schools and Boys and Girls Clubs. Mindrum-Logan’s art works are in the permanent collections of various museums and schools, primarily located in Arizona. Mindrum-Logan did a collaborative art, theatre/dance residency at Luther College in 1996. At the conclusion of the residency, she left three painted and mixed media Styrofoam panels, each 4’ x 8’, covered with glued muslin to create a base for the works. The panels form a triptych sequence which gradually changes from white to multicolor, with a transitional panel between the two extremes. The three panels were entitled "From White World to Colorized World."