Leslie Porter Art Collections
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Artwork by Leslie Porter
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Girl in Bloomers by Leslie Porter
Neo-noir by Leslie Porter
Tangled Up in Blue by Leslie Porter
Fairy Angel by Leslie Porter
The Thinker by Leslie Porter
Electric Lady by Leslie Porter
Mistress of Mystery by Leslie Porter
Cotton Candy Sky, III by Leslie Porter
Desert Sky by Leslie Porter
Love, RED by Leslie Porter
Skytop Motel by Leslie Porter
Feline Friend by Leslie Porter
Sassy in Red by Leslie Porter
Groovy by Leslie Porter
Mistress by Leslie Porter
RED DOT by Leslie Porter
Spring Time by Leslie Porter
Speak Softly by Leslie Porter
Looking by Leslie Porter
Spinner by Leslie Porter
Cotton Candy Sky V by Leslie Porter
Deep Reflection, II by Leslie Porter
Fire in the Sky, II by Leslie Porter
Skinny Puppy by Leslie Porter
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About Leslie Porter
My name is Leslie Jean Porter and I am an artist working in Southern California. Throughout my life I have expressed myself through a variety of media, including film, photography and costume, but my current passion is painting.
After graduating from Bard College in New York, I began a whirlwind career across Europe. I worked with everyone from fashion designer Louis Feraud to renowned indie film director Robert Altman. In 1994, I was named Head of Acquisitions for Ciby 2000, a major film production company in France. During my time there, I worked closely with some of the greatest independent directors of this generation, including Robert Altman, David Lynch, Pedro Almodovar, and many more.
After leaving Ciby, I continued to work as a film producer for several years before settling down in Palm Springs, where I owned and operated my own art gallery. There I featured my art, as well as local artists' work. I also hosted all types of events at the gallery, from poetry readings to book signings to dance parties. I closed the gallery in June of 2021, and since then I've been selling my paintings online on Fine Art America as well as my personal website. To sum it up, I've spent my life creating in as many ways as I could and I've enjoyed every minute of it!