With TAO ONE, we sit down with an artist and talk about one work. One painting. One song. One dance.
What does a mask of white paint have to do with one’s quest to find the meaning of life? In this installment of TAO ONE, Leah — an expressive abstract artist — divulges how her JANUS series is really an exploration of her spirituality.
Join artist Leah Pantéa live on Thursday Feb 1 at 3pm Pacific Time!
Watch the premiere episode of The Artist Odyssey’s new series ONE, and then join us for Leah’s interactive live stream to discuss her work, ask questions, and get to know the artist who brought us the JANUS series.
RSVP below to submit questions in advance, and join us on February 1st to chat, or for the adventurous, connect via webcam and ask questions in person!
Who is Leah
Leah Pantéa (pronounced Pan-tay) is an abstract artist, incorporating paint and thread into her expressive works. Her recent JANUS series, which she began in Iceland as an artist in residence, continues her exploration of the mysterious and spirituality. The “veil” she references in her work is a layer of white paint that covers up to 90% of her paintings, obscuring the often-intricate brushwork below. It serves as an entry point for conversations about trust and perception.