Sunday, July 29, 2012
My work is located in the calendar at the beginning
of the year, in the month of January
and at the end of the year, October 31st,
You can order this calendar at: http://www.wemoon.ws/
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
My painting, "Winter Solstice," was chosen to
be published in Suzanne Mathis McQueen's new book,
"Four Seasons in Four Weeks."
The book is now out and available at Suzanne's website!
Suzanne will be reading and talking about her book, "4 Seasons in 4 Weeks"
at The Ark bookstore in Santa Fe, NM.
February 25th at 4:30 pm. http://arkbooks.com/
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
|"Mother of all Bombs" by Lorraine E. Leslie|
This is another painting inspired by a dream I had one night. Or maybe it was more
of a nightmare? I saw a madonna, holding a "little boy" with a mushroom cloud for
a head. Women have the power to give birth to little boys who will either grow up to build atomic bombs that destroy or they will grow up to hold all life sacred.
"Little Boy," I later found out after researching, was the name of the bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima during WW2.
The bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki was
called "Fat Man."
This painting will be shown at El Museo Cultural
555 Camina de la Familia, Santa Fe, NM
Opening reception 5pm-7pm
Visit NukeFreeNow.org for more information:
Saturday, July 7, 2012
|"atOMic" by Lorraine Leslie|
My friend, who's a proof reader sent me this.
See if you can spot the typos.
Too funny not to share.
Thursday, July 5, 2012
"Atomic Vegas" and "Area 51"
July 6th - July 29th 2012
@ Blackbird Studios
|"Bombshell" by Lorraine Leslie|
This painting will be shown at Blackbird Studios, a cooperative art studio and exhibition space located in the Commerce Street Studios. Visit them in the Las Vegas Arts District at:
1551 S. Commerce Street Ste. ALas Vegas, NV 89102(702) 782-0319
Link to a clip from channel 8 news, which shows my painting behind Gina Quaranto as she's talking to George Knapp:
A mention in The Las Vegas Weekly, unfortunately they got the title of the painting
wrong, but I guess any press is good press.