Collages by Lesley A. Powell

I do almost weekly drawings using charcoal, watercolor, gouache and watercolor pencils of models doing  one minute, five minute, ten minute and twenty minute poses. I especially love the one minute poses because they have such movement to them.  Between these and other watercolor paintings, I create a collage.

I love how the collage takes my brain to another place of creativity. Juxtaposition of different images creates a different form. Then with modge pudge and painting I take the collage to another place.

Dance in the Forest 10 x 14 May 2016 Collage – Watercolors, Gouache and oil $250
Lost Childhood by Lesley A. Powell collage-watercolor, gouache and oil   July 2016 17.5 x22  $300
Eve’s Garden. Collage by Lesley A. Powell watercolor,gouache and oil. July 2016 $200

Published by Lesley A. Powell

Lesley Powell received a BFA-Dance from Temple University in 1978. She choreographed her own work and presented throughout the tri-state. Lesley was on the faculty of Drew University from 1991-2001, teaching classes in modern dance, dance history and choreography. She has been a teacher at Dr. Bacharach’s Osteopathic Center for Sports and Dance Medicine and JRW, and a physical therapy practice using Pilates for rehabilitation. She received a certificate in the Franklin Method March 2007. Lesley has been training Pilates teachers since 1999 first with the PhysicalMind Institure and now Balanced Body. She is now faculty for Balanced Body University, a Pilates Certification program, since 2007. Lesley continues to teach at Movements Afoot as well as guest lecturer internationally sharing her expertise on the body and fitness.

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