What a great time we had at the Peninsula School of Art! The workshop was a whirlwind of processes and methods for layering and combining images and textures, and all the participants spent long studio days sharing stories and ideas. Thanks to all those that made this weekend such an inspiring time. Hope to see […]
I will be leading Unbounded: A Mixed Media Workshop at the Peninsula School of Art in Fish Creek, Wisconsin this June 22-24! Enhance your creativity, invention, and self-expression in this process-based exploration of mixed-media painting techniques. Registration is now open for this and many other great studio art workshop experiences. To find out more about the workshop, follow […]
On Rising is Leah Schreiber Johnson’s first solo-exhibition in the Milwaukee area. The exhibition will open at Gallery 2622 in Wauwatosa, and runs Oct 7th – Nov 28th. Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, Oct 7th from 6-9pm.
My piece Redactions 603B has been accepted into In, On, Of Paper at the Paper Circle in Nelsonville, Ohio. The exhibition will be on view from Sept 28- Dec 31, 2016. The exhibition was juried by Tom Balbo of the Morgan Conservatory in Cleveland, and origami artist Robert J. Lang. https://papercircle.org/gallery/inonofpaper/
Then/Now: A Survey Exhibition of Indiana Green Artists (2010-2014) The Frank Juarez Gallery is proud to announce “Then/Now: A Survey of Indiana Green artists (2010-2014)”. “Indiana Green” is a regional group exhibition works co-curated by Frank Juarez and Melissa Dorn Richards. This year marks its 7th exhibition in Wisconsin. To date it has featured 58 artists […]
I have a solo exhibition opening at the Upper Traylor Gallery at the Doris Ulmann Galleries at Berea College. Running from February 28-April 8, this exhibition will feature my recent collages responding to rapid urban development in Wuhan, China. Click the image below for more information!
Inspriation:Foundations is a regional Foundations Art Theory and Education exhibition, featuring works by Foundations faculty from the Midwest. The show runs February 22nd- April 2nd in the Len G. Everett Gallery at Monmouth College in Monmouth, IL. I will be showing one of my monotypes from the Wuhan Lù Index series. I will also be there […]
The exhibition runs Oct 3rd-Oct 17th, 2015.
I would like to invite you to an exciting group exhibition – the upcoming Mary L. Nohl Out of the Suitcase VI exhibition at the Frederick Layton Gallery at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. The show runs August 18 – October 3, with an Opening Reception on Friday, September 11, 6 – 8 p.m. This biennial […]
Haas Gallery of Art Website Bloomsburg University Press Release
Fall/Winter 2014 is a busy one in the studio, preparing for solo shows in 2015 and 2016! February-March 2015 at The Haas Gallery at Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, PA April-May 2015 at The Peoria Arts Guild, Peoria, IL September 2015 at Brickton Art Center in Park Ridge, IL October-November 2015 at Ameristar Gallery at the Foundry […]
Truth or Consequences is an amazing place, and this little studio is keeping me busy. The landscape here is very different than my hometown of Milwaukee. I am looking forward to sharing the work soon!
I am spending the next two weeks (June 1-14) in T or C, NM at Starry Night Retreat. The trip here was definitely an adventure, taking me to Las Vegas, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and some unknown roadside on the way to Las Cruces. But I made it to T or C, and am getting to […]
Gallery Owners Frank Juarez of Frank Juarez Gallery and Rachel Quirk and Zina Mussmann of Greymatter Gallery have started an ambitious blog project. Follow this link to see my feature from January 23, 2014: Go to 365 Artists, 365 Days Blog The interview: Briefly describe the work you do. My artwork is varied in media […]
Go to Third Coast Daily Letters from China, written in water May 31st, 2013 | By Leah Schreiber In China’s parks and squares, old men carry buckets and long, sponge-tipped brushes to areas of smooth tile pavement. In acts of meditative practice, they move gracefully to use these large tools to trace ephemeral ideograms underfoot. […]