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The JRB Exhibits the work of Leslie Lienau

Afternoon Splendor by Leslie Lienau
The most wonderful part about being a member of the Edmond Art Association is meeting master artists like Leslie Liennau. By means of pastels or oil paints she creates stunning works of art that have adorned the walls of private and public buildings such as Governor’s Gallery at the Oklahoma Capitol and the American Art in Miniature Show at the Gilcrease Museum.

Aleene by Leslie Lienau
Her artistic studies with Ted Seth at his school in Central France have helped Leslie to developed strong techniques and the ability to create light and depth from a blank, flat surface, bringing to life portraits, rich still-lifes, and splendid landscapes.

Flow Blue by Leslie Lienau
Leslie is a contemporary master artist by all definitions, and we are fortunate to have the opportunity to view her work at the JRB at the Elms in the Paseo District during the next Art Walk on July 2nd. I’d kindly advice that you not miss out on this great experience for the eyes and the heart.

Roses in Silver by Leslie Lienau


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