September 24, 2015 – February 21, 2016 – Special Exhibition Gallery

Glenn Dean, Josh Elliott, Logan Hagege Out West 16x16, 16x24, 16x16 oil 2015

©Glenn Dean, Josh Elliott, Logan Maxwell Hagege, Out West, 2015, oil, 16 x 16″, 16 x 24″, 16 x 16″

Widely regarded as three rising stars of the Western art world, Glenn Dean, Josh Elliott and Logan Maxwell Hagege join together for a truly unique exhibition at Booth Western Art Museum. Three Point Perspective: Dean, Elliott & Hagege will be on view in the Booth’s Temporary Exhibition Gallery September 24, 2015 through February 21, 2016.

Three Point Perspective will featuring more than 40 new works by the three young artists. Despite having much in common, being inspired by many of the same influences and often painting side-by-side on location, each artist has a distinctive style.

During the run of Three Point Perspective: Dean, Elliott & Hagege, Booth Western Art Museum will host the 13th Annual Southeastern Cowboy Festival & Symposium October 22-15, 2015. In conjunction with the Festival & Symposium, Glenn Dean, Josh Elliott and Logan Hagege will be highlighted as the Featured Artists.

On Thursday, October 22, Booth Museum Members and guests are invited to a Gallery Walk, Exhibition Opening Reception, and Featured Artists Evening Lecture with Glenn Dean, Josh Elliott and Logan Hagege. At 4:30 pm each of the artists will lead a gallery walk through their section of the exhibition and discuss selected works. Refreshments will be served in the Atrium from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. At 7:00 pm in Bergman Theatre, Dean, Elliott, and Hagege will discuss how their distinctive styles are inspired by common ground and how that has helped develop their artistic careers. These activities are free for Booth members, or included with general admission for not-yet members.

On Friday, October 23 from 10:00 am – 12:30 pm, the Booth Artists’ Guild Presents a Featured Artists Demonstration with Glenn Dean, Josh Elliott, & Logan Hagege in Bergman Theatre moderated by Booth Museum Executive Director Seth Hopkins. This event provides a rare opportunity to watch three of the youngest stars in the Western art world paint the same western scene in their own unique style. The format will simulate what it would be like to go on a plein air painting trip with the three friends.  Tickets for the demonstration are $30 for Booth Museum Members and $40 for not-yet-members. To register, call 770-387-3849.

descending 24x24©Glenn Dean, Descending, 2015, oil, 24 x 24” Josh Elliott Vermillion Variety 40x40 oil 2015©Josh Elliott, Vermillion Variety, 2015, oil, 40 x 40” Vermilion Days 40x40 Hagege©Logan Hagege, Vermilion Days, 2015, oil, 40 x 40”

Glenn Dean

Largely a self-taught artist, Glenn Dean’s childhood interest in art developed into a love of painting landscapes. Inspired by earlier artists such as Edgar Payne and Maynard Dixon, he enjoys capturing the perfect figure within the forefront of his landscapes. Painting on-location throughout the Southwest, Glenn creates field studies from his time in the deserts, mountains, and coastal regions in order to paint larger pieces while working from his studio on the central coast of California. For additional information on Glenn Dean, visit

Josh Elliott

As a third generation artist, Josh Elliott was raised to appreciate art. From an early age, he was encouraged to pursue the importance of painting life from the great outdoors and considers his landscape paintings a reaction to the scenery surrounding him. Josh keeps a grasp on reality while painting, however, he also strives to create art that is interpretive to the viewer and more than a good rendering. For additional information on Josh Elliott, visit

Logan Maxwell Hagege

Logan Maxwell Hagege’s career in art developed from an early interest in animation and life drawing classes. His influences come from such masters as Gustav Klimt, N.C. Wyeth and Maynard Dixon. Known for his figures and landscape paintings, Logan draws inspiration from subjects of Southern California, landscapes of the American Southwest and the Northeast Coast. Logan believes that the evolution of art is never ending, thus he is always challenging himself with new ideas and different perspectives. For additional information on Logan Hagege, visit

Glenn Dean Painting August 2012Glenn Dean Josh Elliott painting August 2012-1Josh Elliott Logan Maxwell Hagege painting August 2012Logan Maxwell Hagege
Photographs by Mark Sublette. Courtesy Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, Tucson, AZ and Santa Fe, NM