Feature Interview

“I could paint abstractly all day, but I currently find trees the perfect subject for staying grounded. They have always been anchors to me. They are scratchy, stubborn, graceful and poignant. They hold us in place, keep us reminded that we’re part of the earth. There are benefits to being rooted, to giving back from the place you take. That same tree is always doing its best to grow and reach high…”
Read on at ‘Women Under The Big Sky’ Pic & interview by Jessi Bennion

 
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About

Leah has been painting since the start of this century, and helping others find their visual voice. In her new storefront studio in downtown Helena, MT, ‘The Art Space’, she has plenty of room to paint and display her large works, teach methods of painting to others, and host a variety of events.
She received her BFA in Fine Arts and Commercial Design from Walla Walla University in 2003, and studied in immersive graduate studio sessions at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and Virginia Commonwealth University.

Artist Statement

General Approach & Introduction about my work here.

SEE it in person

You can find a more of Leah’s work now and in the future at various Helena, MT locations: at
Gold Leaf Physical Therapy,  StoneTree Climbing Gym, the Gulch Distillery, Tutty’s Therapeutic Touch, The Holter Museum of Art and Ten Mile Brewing Co. (Dec-Feb), First Interstate Bank (Feb-June) and the latest and greatest at www.TheArtSpaceLLC.com : her brick and mortar studio storefront at 17 W. Placer St. Helena MT 59601, M-Sat. sometimes 9-3pm.