Diana Lucas Leavengoods photography reflects her familys legacy of artist farmers, schoolteachers and entrepreneurs. Her inherited imagery, in the form of ancestral photographs and ephemera, has inspired a creative life that reflects a childhood split between rural and urban New York State. Her self-generated imagery reflects a life lived all over the world at various levels of economic stability. Dr. Jennifer Hardin, Chief Curator of the St. Petersburg Museum of Fines Arts observes:
Dianas work stands out strongly among work that I have seen in the last few years, and indeed, it is so much more sophisticated in terms of content and subject matter than much I have experienced since moving to Florida.
BAYSTUDIOS FINE ART
16X20 framed to 24X30
SINGLE NEGATIVE C-PRINT 2006
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