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Leslie Sandbulte

"Life is just a Bowl of Cherries"


"Aunt Birdie"

"Dancing the Night Away"

"Cat Eyes"

"Beach Girl"

"Sister Celebration"

"Twirling in Polka Dots"

"Hair Salon"


"Polka Doys in Fuchsia"

"Lush Landing"

"A Soft Place to Land"

"Flower Girl"

"All that Jazz"

"Proposal in Giverny"

"Purple Reign"



"Salsa Dancers"


"A Shoulder to Lean On"


"Switching Tables"


"Lysandra in Yellow"


"Catching Up"


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Leslie Sandbulte


“The element of design is primary to me. Models are often

posed after the surrounding framework is established. I

seek ideas from Japanese art and the block prints of such

French Impressionists as Vollard (the printmaker), Toulouse

La Trec and Casset.


I choose to keep my palette minimal, keeping the focus on

design. The muted combinations of hues that can be found

in Asian art are key. Forms are carved out with intense,

exaggerated dark values. “Neutrals” are often strange

unexpected colors giving a reflective glow to the skin in an

allaprima manner. Brush strokes are allowed to be thick,

buttery and honest.


There is a spirit that I seek of those busy city moments of

waiting, thinking and daydreaming in the bustle of a hurried world.

By having the subjects flow off the borders of the canvas,

 I can create a feeling of intimacy by drawing in the viewer. The

relationship between figures I leave unresolved,

so that the viewer is left with something to

think about, as he becomes a participant in the scene.”

- Leslie Sandbulte


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