My passion for glass as a medium began at an early age. As a child
i was fascinated by the interaction of light and glass and the
exploration of this interaction has provided the foundation
for my work.
The interaction between light, movement and change is reflected
in my art and my life as an artist. Working with glass requires
executing carefully choreographed movements with the strength
and fluidity of a dancer. Like a dancer, the glass artist forges
a balance between process and outcome. I have conceptualized
my pieces as the framing of process, which precedes their creation
and continues in the viewer's emotion and comprehension.
Born and raised in California.
Attended Pilchuck School of Glass, Stanwood and Pratt Fine Art
Center, Seattle, Washington and Santa Ana College.
Complete Resume Available on Request.
Leslie Davis, Linda Southwell, Gregg Stone, Julia Klemek
June 4 – 27, 2010
Opening Reception June 5th, 6 - 10 PM
This is a show about the current biotechnological and biomedical innovations in Stem Cell Tissue Regeneration.
These sculptures give visual acuity into the current reality of human organ replacement, longer life expectancy, disease prevention, spinal cord and brain injury repair and the advanced Genome computer innovations that are accelerating these advances.
-Leslie D. Davis
Interview on KCET:
Leslie Davis, This is an exhibition
about research scientists fighting for CURES against the TREATMENT for
profit philosophy of the pharmaceutical industry. It's about cultures
and religions of the world crashing in to each other with unspeakable
acts of terrorism in the names of their Gods and Idols