Leslie Dill

Copper Poem Torso (If your Soul seesaw)

1993

hand cut copper

12 x 11 x 1 inches (closed)

Leslie Dill

Eye Drop (Much Madness is divinest Sense)

1993

copper, wood, thread and ink on paper

22 x 16 ½ inches, edition 1 of 25

Leslie Dill

Eye Stack (Much Madness is divinest Sense -)

1993

acrylic, charcoal, ink on paper

24 x 18 inches

Leslie Dill

Hair Eyes (Of Consciousness, her awful Mate)

1993

horsehair, ink on paper

14 x 12 inches

Leslie Dill

Hair Poem Dress (Crisis is a Hair -)

1993

horsehair, thread, on handmade paper

39 1/2 x 37 x 3 inches

Leslie Dill

Poem Ear (I heard as if I had no ear)

1993

molded paper, thread, ink on paper

14 ¼ x 12 x ½ inches

Leslie Dill

Poem Eater (A Word made Flesh is seldom -)

1993

wood, acrylic, paper and thread

26 x 35 x 2 ½ inches

Leslie Dill

Poem Leaves (I am afraid to own a Body-)

1993

pigment stained leaves

23 x 50 inches

Leslie Dill

Red Poem Arms, (A wounded deer -)

1993

thread, silk, wood

73 x 16 ½ x 2 ¼ inches

Leslie Dill

Seer

1991

charcoal and gouache on paper

24 x 17 ½ inches

Leslie Dill

Small Poem Dress (The Soul Selects Her own Society)

1993

lithograph on newsprint (Landfall Press), edition of 50

11 x 10 inches

Leslie Dill

Wire Circulatory System (To be alive-is Power-)

1993

wire, pulp, cloth and paper

76 x 37 x 2 inches

Press Release

Lesley Dill
Body Language (Drawing Gallery)
Nov 19 - Dec 31, 1993

An exhibition of new works by Lesley Dill will also open on November 19th and will continue through December. This exhibition, which focuses on Dill's small scale work, prints, drawings and sculpture, will be the artist's first one-person show with the Frumkin/Adams Gallery. This exhibition will present works that combine the figure with the poetry of Emily Dickinson, a theme Dill has been exploring for over two years, but which now shows the influence of her residency in India last year.