Logan Parsons was born and raised in Pacific Grove, California. She received her bachelor's degree in environmental science from Western Washington University and the following year obtained her graduate certificate in science illustration from the University of California Extension, Santa Cruz. Upon graduation she completed internships at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, PA and at Scientific American magazine in New York City.
Nature has always been the primary influence in Logan's art; capturing the character of its many odd, funny, and beautiful organisms. She also holds a deep appreciation for designs and compositions (especially within the sciences) that successfully convey information while at the same time having an aesthetic appeal.
After years of traveling and seasonal work, Logan has found her way back to Pacific Grove where she now lives and works as a part-time high school art teacher and freelance illustrator. She continues to seek out new artistic experiences and connect with nature on a daily basis.
Acadia National Park
Bay Nature Magazine
California State University, Monterey Bay
Eastern Sierra Audubon Society
Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association
Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District
Scientific American Magazine
The Mono Lake Committee
The Scientist Magazine
UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources
Yosemite National Park
illustration - specializing in science illustration
fine art - originals and prints in a variety of media
design - logos, publications, apparel, signage, and more
murals - decorative and/or informational for exterior and interior