Terry Logan (formerly Terry Nokell) is The Logger's Daughter. She grew up in Seabeck, Washington, in and around her father's saw mill and logging business. Age five, Terry picked up a needle, thread and fabric and created a purse with a button. Her hand sewing success was followed, at age eleven, with a sewing machine and sewing lessons. Next came jewelry-making and ceramic classes, and so began a life of creative work that reaches far beyond the evergreen forests.
Terry is known for her original designs in clothing, high fired ceramic buttons and accessories and clay masks. Her fashions are featured in boutiques in the Pacific Northwest and Hawaii. Her buttons, designed to complement her fashion designs, are also carried in yarn and gift shops. We feel especially fortunate to represent her work at Liberty Bay Gallery!
Each creation from The Logger's Daughter is one of a kind. Customers can request custom designs and clothing made-to-order and made-to-fit.
"Clothing may be the most visible expression of who we are. My goal is to create high quality, carefully finished clothing that can be savored with each wearing." T.Logan
Terry Logan's buttons are fired at nearly 2,000 degrees in her own kiln. The high fire makes them both hand and machine washable. The buttons compliment the fabrics and colors of the clothing designs
"Each time I create a new button design I hand carve an earthenware stamp. A button for an individual or a company may be "retired" when the commission is complete.
January 13, 2018
from 5-8 p.m.
Enjoy wine, appetizers
and live music by the
fabulous duo McKenzie Briar!
Mark you calendars
Card Making class with Terry Logan!
Just in time for Valentines Day. Class fills quickly.
Time: Sunday February 4th from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Cost: $20.00 includes supplies and refreshments.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-930-0756
to reserve your spot.