“Imaginary Conversations” an exhibit by artist Leslie Anglin, Opening Reception, Friday 6pm-9pm

849 Gallery at Kentucky School of Art
“Imaginary Conversations”
an exhibit by artist Leslie Anglin
Friday, 02.22.2013
Opening 6pm-9pm |  Free and open to the public
849 South Third Street
Louisville KY 40203

This exhibition includes over 30 paintings and mixed-media pieces that explore relationships between individuality and collectivism, the organic and the artificial, and faith and reason. Each piece is a different imagined dialogue—with a favorite artist, a departed loved one, or a person from an ancient culture. A painting begins with a question, but the answer may lie in another painting, which in turn engenders a new question. The dialogue from word to image, and image to word, informs the materials, the process of making, and the evolution of these pieces.

Leslie Anglin is a Louisville-based artist and native Kentuckian who has studied at the Art Studio in New York City, the University of Louisville, and the Kentucky School of Art. As a freelance editor, Leslie is often influenced by her reading—subjects ranging from cognitive psychology to oral history.

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