Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Southwest Art Magazine

Well, the October issue has hit the newsstands in most areas, and this is the painting they selected for publication. It is called "Heading for 180" and it is 12x12", oil on panel. The painting is available at the Wally Workman Gallery in Austin (gallery link is in my links section, to the right). The article was written by Devon Jackson; it is a portfolio of works by six artists who paint cityscapes as their subject matter. I was so pleased and honored to be included!

17 comments:

silvina said...

Excellent, I'm going to Barnes and Noble to pick up a copy of the magazine this week! Congrats!

David Bogart said...

leslie is this new? i really like this painting. raw and cool. this one wont be around long i bet.

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks Silvina!

Leslie Sealey said...

David, this one is a little over a year old, I think.
I always liked it and I'm glad it was selected.

Sorrentino said...

really love how soft and graphic your paintings are! beautiful!!!
cheers!~albert

Leslie Sealey said...

Hi Albert, I think that is a wonderful description of my paintings, thanks! I also enjoyed the art on your blog- love the characters you've created!

Leslie

muddy red shoes said...

Brilliant, the painting and for getting in the magazine, well done, I love the way you use figurative subject matter and yet still the sense of the abstract is very strong.

Leslie Sealey said...

I appreciate that, Sarah. I'm always looking for abstract designs in the things around me. : )

craigstephens said...

Congratulations Leslie! That's a cool painting.

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks Craig! : )

william wray said...

Congrats when I saw it I was only a tiny bit jealous.

Belinda Del Pesco said...

Great news, and well deserved! I'll pick up a copy today. I hope it leads to good things this winter!

Cooper Dragonette said...

Terrific Leslie. I love this composition! I'm going down to the highway with my camera right now! What a terrific collection of shape and line and color!

Leslie Sealey said...

Bill, now you know how it feels, lol! : )

Leslie Sealey said...

Thank you, Belinda! I think good things will happen as a result of the article. It sure can't hurt!

Leslie Sealey said...

Cooper, thanks! Uh, be careful out there, o.k.? You might want to have a designated driver before you get behind the wheel with your camera!

Simon Jones said...

Great painting ,somehow reminds me of the start of a many holiday journey as a kid.