LogeePhoto

Photographic Art Inspired by the Ancient World.

Calgary, Canada · 61 Sales

LogeePhoto

Photographic Art Inspired by the Ancient World.

Calgary, Canada 61 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Announcement   Fine art photography and wearable art handmade with love in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

I'm inspired by the great outdoors, chasing freedom, and the beauty in the little things. Bold colours, ancient places, and old stories make their way into many of my photographs.

Most images can be custom made to any size. Feel free to contact me by starting a conversation on Etsy or by emailing logee [!at] logeephotography.com.

Thank you so much for stopping by my shop!

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Last updated on Aug 26, 2016

Fine art photography and wearable art handmade with love in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

I'm inspired by the great outdoors, chasing freedom, and the beauty in the little things. Bold colours, ancient places, and old stories make their way into many of my photographs.

Most images can be custom made to any size. Feel free to contact me by starting a conversation on Etsy or by emailing logee [!at] logeephotography.com.

Thank you so much for stopping by my shop!

Jillian Logee

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Jillian Logee

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Olivia

Olivia on May 4, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I ordered a custom size of this print and am very happy with the product. The photo was packaged very well and obviously shipped with care. It looks great framed on the wall. I have ordered other products from this shop before and have been very pleased with each item.

DanceTeacher64

DanceTeacher64 on Mar 23, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

The bracelet is much prettier than in the photo! It is very pretty and my sister will love it! Jillian is extremely nice and communication was excellent. It truly is a special piece of art and I am glad that I found it! I am very happy with my purchase. Thanks!

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About

Inspired by dreams and ancient history...

When I was little, I begged my parents for film. I had a desire to photograph everything, from school trips to family pets. As the years wore on, I found photography to be my favourite creative outlet.

After completing my degree in archaeology, I combined my love of archaeology with my photography to eke out a niche career. I have travelled to various sites around the world to document dig activities and finds, and spend my weekends exploring on my own.

Several years ago, I decided to start selling prints of my artwork at local fairs and festivals. I was amazed by the response and have pursued my art as a career since.

Over time, my product line has branched out from simple prints. I now make iPhone cases, compact mirrors, unique jewelry, and wood blocks, all using my own photographs.

How Prints are Made:

Using a dry ink process, all of my prints are printed on archival paper using a commercial-grade printer. I adhere a small label on the back of each photograph with the title of the print and my logo. The final step is my signature!

How Compact Mirrors, iPhone Cases, Cuff Bracelets and Bookmarks are Made:

Blank mirrors, cases, cuff bracelets and bookmarks are ordered from a supplier. They all come with a blank metal plate that has been treated with a special coating that makes it receptive to an ink transfer. I then use a special transfer paper and an industrial heat press to bake my photographs into the imprintable blank.

Once the blanks are cooled, I glue everything together or, in the case of cuff bracelets, I form them into the proper shape.

How Wood Blocks are Made:

I start by using high quality hardwood, which is cut into blocks and sanded to remove any imperfections which might prevent the print from adhering properly. Prints are buffed using a wax glaze to seal in the inks. Once the glaze has set, the prints are glued to the block's surface and sealed in using a satin sealant.

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  • Jillian Rose Logee

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    Archaeologist & photographer Jillian lives, works, and plays in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Well, most of the time. Archaeology takes her all over the place and photography is by her side every step of the way.

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