My work always begins with a strong visual reaction to light-play. Something always attracts me, and I need to explore that attraction and the underlying emotion that the real world evokes. Whether it be painting or sculpture, my work concentrates on form and movement and how image or form occupies space, with emphasis on nuance rather than detail.
My attraction to 3D work added to a love of ‘sparkley things’ led me into jewelry-making. Using the very tactile medium of metal clay, I
“My work is representational. I love ‘natural world’ imagery, where I can control the mood, spirit and expression of a place or a face. I am always excited by the depth and luminosity of oil paints and metals.” Leigh Dunnington-Jones
Prices range fron $45 for earrings to $65 for small painting to $450 for a finesilver necklace, to $3,500 for an ancestor portrait.
BFA with honors, Herron School of Art and Design
Level 1 and level 2 teaching certification, precious metal clay
Stutz artist association
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