Leah Dixon
Class of 2014
Sitting Soldier in Street Clothes 2013, wood, paint, leather, 30” x 22” x 34”
Sitting Soldier in Street Clothes
2013, wood, paint, leather, 30” x 22” x 34”
Cincinnati, Ohio New York, New York
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1982. Dixon is sculptor, painter, and digital artist who is currently receiving her Master's in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts. She attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2012, and received her Bachelor's of Fine Arts from The Ohio State University in 2005. Her work will be included in an upcoming exhibition 'ANTITHESIS' curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud. This past summer, she was featured in 'BALLS TO THE WALL' at DODGE Gallery in New York, and at WEEKEND GALLERY in Los Angeles. She has been included in recent exhibitions at Toomer Labzda Gallery, and STADIUM Gallery in New York, at NUDASHANK Gallery in Baltimore, and NADA in Miami. Her work has been shown internationally in Berlin, London, and Beijing. In addition to running an independent Artists' studio project in Lower Manhattan from 2007 through 2011, she has directed multiple independent curatorial projects in New York and Miami. Her work has been included in various publications, such as New York Magazine, and HYPERALLERGIC. Leah is currently the co-owner and Creative Manager of Beverly's Bar in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
Leah Dixon, class of 2014

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