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Interview by Susan Breen 18 June 2013

Stacy Leeman: Vessels

 

Filled with deeply colorful shapes in a rhythmic interplay, the paintings of Stacy Leeman are lively and engaging examples of abstract art. But her work has a more direct intent than her imagery might imply. “They’re storytelling,” she said at the opening of her solo exhibition at the Sharon Weiss Gallery. “You say, ‘Really?’ But I like that they’re ambiguous.” ….

Click on the title to see the full review of the show in the Columbus Dispatchbooksnbrownies.com website.

Vessel W#5, oil paint on wood, 12″ x 12″

Additional Reviews and News Articles:

Kaizaad Kotwal, “Pairing Produces Plenty of Energy,” The Columbus Dispatch, January 18, 2007 D4.

Elizabeth Ann James, “Art Sizzles at Sharon Weiss Gallery,” The Short North Gazette, October 2006 15-16.

Chris Bournea, “’Landscape’ Exhibit Offers Different Perspective on Nature,” This Week in Upper Arlingtonbooksnbrownies.com, January 24, 2006.

Billy Mayr, “Sculptor, Painter Celebrate Energy Found in Life,” The Columbus Dispatch October 14, 2004 Weekender 3.

Nancy Smeltzer, “Canvases of Faith: A Map of the Artist’s Quest,” The New Standard September 23, 2004 17.

Bill Mayr, “Covering New Ground,” The Columbus Dispatch September 25, 2003 Weekender 18

Ina Horwitz-Whitmore, “Schumacher’s ‘The Painted Surface’ Runs Through Dec. 6” This Week in Bexley A5.