by Leslie Tucker Jenison
50.5" x 27"
San Antonio artist Leslie Tucker Jenison is inspired by the textural beauty found in the patterns of natural and man-made environments. Leslie loves the tactile experience of working with cloth and paper. Using dye, paint, and thread, Leslie creates unique imagery on these surfaces. The juxtaposition of the macro to microscopic world is a recurring theme in her work. Long fascinated by the historical connection of quilts and the people who make them, she serves on the board of the Alliance for American Quilts. Leslie exhibits internationally in galleries and juried exhibitions. Her work is held in both corporate and private collections. Leslie teaches a variety of quilt and mixed media workshops. She curates exhibitions and teaches as one half of Dinner At Eight Artists along with Jamie Fingal.
Leslie has a review up on her blog of
and is giving away a copy on September 24th.
Head over to her blog and leave a comment for a chance to win.
You can take a class from Leslie if you are lucky enough to be in Houston this November.
Thurs, Nov 3rd - 6 hour class
#425 Musical Chairs: A Painted Canvas Adventure
Friday, Nov 4th - 6 hour class
#517 Dreaming in Canvas: A Painted Quilt - Paint/Sew
Sat, Nov 5th - 3 hour class
#732 Texas Hold'em Apron- Sew/Paint - morning
|What Remains by Leslie Tucker Jenison|
48" x 36"
There is still a bit of time to head over to Larkin and Susan's blogs to win the copies they are giving away.
Sep 15 Larkin Van Horn http://blog.larkinart.com/
Sept 16 Susan Sorell http://www.creativechick.com/blog/
Tomorrow is Kelli's turn.
Sept 19 Kelli Nina Perkins http://ephemeralalchemy.blogspot.com/