Here is a flashback to an Impulsive Review I wrote in 2010 when I first met and experienced Leslie Ditto and her amazing works:
These, at times, amorphous, subliminal, vivid and epic works invoke stories waiting to be told, feelings waiting to be pulled and stretched, and ultimately reflect how the eye could be the window to the soul (Leslie's work is physical proof if ever I have seen it).
Leslie Ditto has fashioned some of the most creative, engaging and inspiring art of the 21st Century.
Leslie Ditto, the modern surreal artist, had an entrancing display of her skilled artwork on hand at the New York Comic Con in October 2010, including three limited giclee prints (two of which can be seen framed in the pic to the right): Alice in Wonderland, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and a third Gaga-like woman over a city titled Princess of Pop.
Leslie's work catches the eye and further envelops the mind invoking sharp feelings and thought. Her brilliant and innovative ideas and techniques form intricately stunning pieces of surrealism; her attention to detail is keen. There is certainly a modern - never before seen - tone to Leslie's work, as there is also a certain throwback to classic art, inside and outside of the surrealist genre.
See the amazing breadth of work at her Facebook site Leslie Ditto Art HERE
IMPULSIVE REVIEW Grade: A++
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