25 Jun Lesley Haflich
With vibrant strokes of color and energy, Lesley Haflich lends contemporary flair to classic icons of our world. Her timeless oil paintings will be a welcome accent to any décor.
Lesley has a degree in fine art from Purdue University and is a member of the Hoosier Art Salon and Hamilton County Artists’ Association. She moved her studio to the historic Stephenson House on the Nickel Plates Arts campus and loves being part of a burgeoning art community.
About five years ago, she was introduced to Plein Air Painting (painting outside on location) and has truly enjoyed the experience and loose, expressionistic results.
“I am seeing Indiana in a whole new way, noticing all the nuances of light, color and the unique character of our heritage.”
Finally a special part of her art journey has been painting pet portraits, which create a cherished connection with her customers.
What’s new for Lesley …..
“For the last 2 years I have created several abstract works for public and private collections. I originally began this series when I had a feature show in Carmel in May 2016 themed Racetracks and Roundabouts, and I have furthered explored the circular textured shape in ‘Adagio’, part of Flanner and Buchanan Mortuary in Carmel’s permanent collection. I am currently working on my larges piece to date, ‘Color Notes’ for a local patron.”
Left-to-right: “Doing What I Love,” Always Love to See Sherman (Fox59)
Left-to-right: “Adagio” for Flanner and Buchanan, Working on “Color Notes”