Friday, July 31, 2009

Mixed media Assemblage, original work by Leighanna Light

Unplugged- $495, 32 x 13 x 3. Broken guitar, vintage antenna, wire, clay, vintage wheel, melted bottle, altered bra, old plug, clock parts, vintage coin, paint & fibers.

9 comments:

  1. I can't imagine how you have the time and creative energy to produce all of this amazing work--AND teach as many workshops as you do. I wish you sweet success! I'm still enjoying your shrine that I purchased for the Street Children of Oaxaca auction. I was so inspired by everyone's shrines (and the cause), I will be participating in the auction this year too!

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  2. You have inspired me since I participated in one of your classes and after the second one I was blown away. All will go well with your dreams. Anyone with your imagination can not fail. I had no idea of the quanity of work that you have produced until I looked at your gallery. I know you have taught internationally and at major events here. What a feather in a teachers cap. Go get em girl!

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  3. Such an inspiring collection... sure does light the creative fire and I do wish you well.Hope your coming to Oz to share your talents...we would welcome you with open hearts and hands.
    XXX

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  4. I applaud your blog/gallery. Your work is inspiring and brings me back time and again. Eye candy for a fellow artist. I admire that you can take cast off and found items and infuse them with new meaning and worth. That you reclaim items that would otherwise serve only to pollute the earth and give them deep significance as only an artist can - such that each piece strikes a chord in the viewer - well that is a mark of genius. You stir something in the viewer and yet leave their minds to fill some of the meaning in. You leave a bit of your soul in each work, that I can feel. Yet, you allow the viewer to ponder, to expand, to explore new and also old concepts. That, my friend, is art.

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  5. I ditto What Lisa said.
    Your art is amazing! I love looking at all the crazy elements that you have combinded to create each unique piece.

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  6. I'm too late for the drawing, but I just wanted to say how much I like your work. Can't wait to have you doing it here in Orvieto!!

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  7. I would love to go to Leighanna's metal cloth & paper workshop in Orvieto next Sept, but have a big project at work... how can I contact her about other workshops that would cover similar activities, anywhere?
    thanks!
    kanykazoo@gmail.com
    Jude
    Ithaca NY

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