In her own words Cris Clapp Logan describes her work and process:
Some of my fondest memories growing up were mornings spent sketching or walking through art galleries and museums with my dad. When I was little, I rarely let a week go by without spending time with paintbrush in hand.
As I grew older, I spent my time pursuing more "serious" endeavors, but I never lost my longing for creating beautiful things. When my work turned towards fighting sexual exploitation and human trafficking, I needed an outlet. I put paint to canvas used art to process the darkness I faced daily. I started painting lighter subject matter for our own home when we bought in Brookland, and when we started a family, I did a few animal paintings for my children's rooms. Friends started asking for prints and originals, and word and work spread from there. My outlet turned into a business, and now I paint and sell original paintings and prints of baby animals, farmhouse animals, birds and dogs.
I'm not a professionally trained artist, but I love the process. Now, in the rare moments both of my kids are sleeping, you can find me frantically pulling out my watercolors and paint brushes, trying to fit in a little of my new "work" each day at our dining table. I'm committed to delivering the highest-quality, archival prints of my original artwork to my customers who are often in disbelief that the print they purchased is actually a print. I hope you enjoy these pieces as much as I enjoyed painting them and that they bring a little light, beauty and fun into your home.