Nev Logan is an Australian Artist who was born in Brisbane, but grew up in Gatton in the Lockyer Valley.
He received an early training in Perspective drawing while at High School, and during the electrical engineering course which he completed at the University of QLD with first class honours and a University Medal in 1956. After a career as an Electrical Engineer,Nev took early retirement in 1987 and began to concentrate on his painting which he had taken up a few years before his retirement.

After trying all media, he was converted to Watercolour after attending a workshop in England with Watercolourist Ron Rans
After on.He has been painting in watercolours ever since. Nev has had no formal art education , but has studied under many well known Australian Watercolourists, particularly David Taylor and Alvaro Castagnet.
Although Nev paints most subjects, he concentrates mainly on buildings and boats. Street scenes, Townscapes and Harbour scenes are among his favourite subjects and his early training in Perspective Drawing is a great help with these subjects. Nev and his wife Barbara love to travel and this is reflected in many of his paintings which feature overseas subjects.
Nev is Vice President and a Life Member of the Watercolour Society of Queensland, and is a past President and Treasurer of this society. He is also President of the Queensland Art Collective, and is a member of the Bryan memorial gallery in Jeffersonville in the USA. His work may be seen in Brisbane at the Red Hill Gallery  and in regular exhibitions with the Queensland Art Collective and the Watercolour Society; in New South Wales at the Inverell Art Gallery, Inverell ;in Victoria at the Convent Gallery in Daylesford; as well as the Visions of Vermont Gallery in Jeffersonville, Vermont, USA.

                           Honfleur France

                      Kangaroo Point, Brisbane

                          Temple Bar Dublin