Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Voracious does some Word Processing

Here's an image you may have seen before: Voracious, a painting I did in 2008 for Cameron Village Library in Raleigh. The library kindly lent it back to appear in a group show opening 18 January 2011 at the Cabarrus Arts Council. (I have 9 pieces in the show.) If you are in the Concord/Charlotte area, please drop by! The show will be up until 10 March 2011.

Cabarrus Arts Council facebook page

The Cabarrus Arts Council welcomes you to our first exhibition of 2011, Word Processing. Artists use text, letters and words as texture and design to deliver their points of view. Ceramics, paintings and installations are featured in this exhibition. Free and open to the public, as always.

The Galleries, 65 Union Street South, Concord NC

10 am - 4 pm, Monday through Friday

17 comments:

Feeling Artsy said...

great drawing!

Juan said...

Brilliant Leah, as always!
Wishing you a wonderful 2011!!

Kay Aker said...

Crazy gorgeous!

susansorrellhill said...

Gorgeous and clever, Leah!

Rabbit Town Animator said...

Absolutely beautiful illustratioN!

k.h.whitaker said...

very cool

Jack Foster said...

Wow Leah! This is very cool! I’d love to come to the show... if only I lived in NC. I love it there! Your work is unbelievable!

art is jokken said...

Well done, very cool indeed!

Linda Hensley said...

I love this!

Rue Design said...

Awesome colors

Sylvia Liu said...

super!

steve said...

Oh yes, I do remember this one. So good to see again! Wish I could make the show!

Absolutely Kathy said...

me and my 2 year old daughter actually just saw this show today. The show was great and your pieces were wonderful. Your pieces were my daughter's favorite out of all of them.

Linda Hensley said...

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Ces said...

OMG! I am so delighted and thrilled to have discovered you through Linda Hensley. Your work is absolutely adorable! So beautiful.

Ces said...

YES! What a thrill to scroll through your blog. You remind me of the great illuminators. OH I am so thrilled to see beautiful art, not some Marcel Duchamp artsy stuff going around in the blogs. I am in heaven!

Brine Blank said...

Your work is awesome...really like the pop it has and the framing effects...very nice...