Lesley Dill

January 12, 2012 § Leave a comment

Lesley Dill investigates the power of words in our imaginations and spiritual experiences.  Drawing on the works of writers such as Emily Dickinson and Franz Kafka, Dill encourages us to consider the sublime in literature by experiencing it through her visual manifestations and explorations.  The true magic of Dill’s pieces are their ability to bring us into a space constructed within the literature she so adores.  Here, the viewer is free to explore the emotional story she creates and her commentary on the human condition striving for enlightenment.  She works in sculpture, installation and in prints and drawing; sometimes including phrases of text and sometimes relying on the handcrafted rawness of her creations alone.

See more of Dill’s work here.


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