Art is A Process of Life: Creative Life is Art

Georgia O’Keefe left the city to find the place that suited her process. Gwenyth Leech moved through the process of transformation by not moving physical. Art is an interaction with the world initially and an interaction between artist and audience finally, but in between the process of living creatively is a constant perception, collaboration, and distillation of the artist’s world. The artist lives, and by living, gathers the raw material that forms a response to the where, what, and how of the life around them.

Vox Populi

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Pioneering NYC artist, Gwyneth Leech, enters a midtown art studio only to find that her skyline view will soon be blocked by the construction of yet another high-rise hotel.

But as the perspective out her window permanently shifts, so does the artist’s point of view.

Leech has exhibited her work across the United States and the UK in museums, commercial galleries, public art spaces, and alternative venues. For additional information on the artist, please visit: gwynethleech.com.

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DIRECTOR: ANGELO J. GUGLIELMO, JR.
PRODUCERS: ANDY BOWLEY, ROSIE WALUNAS
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: ANGELO J. GUGLIELMO, JR., ANDREA SMITH
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: ANDY BOWLEY
EDITOR: ROSIE WALUNAS
COMPOSER: ABRAHAM CLEMENTS

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Gwyneth Leech

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