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Two Heads are Better than One
by Donna Dodson, Artscope, January 2015
Studio Visit: Leslie Fry
Art New England, July/August 2014
New York Times, January 31, 2013
Carving Out a Career
Vermont Magazine, May/June 2012
Making a Difference
Preservation, July/August 2011
New York Times, June 16, 2011
Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art, Sarasota, Florida
Sculpture Magazine, July/August, 2010
St. Petersburg Times, April 2, 2007
Air conditioner cover
Dwell, September, 2006
Seven Days, May 2, 2006
Allyn Gallup, Sarasota, Florida
Sculpture Magazine, November 2003
See 30-second animation with ceramic sculptures created in July 2015, Black-Eyed Susan
Watch Leslie Fry invite the entire audience at the Fleming Museum’s Pecha Kucha 2015 to her Sculpture Garden Party.
Watch Leslie Fry on her installation “What’s Wrong with the World?” at Pecha Kucha BTV 2013.
(5 minutes into the video)
A 2 minute video showing the process of making the public sculpture, Nest Builder.
A 1 minute video, Lists and Dreams: Artwork about daily life created for opposite facing walls in the artist’s home. The two-part sculpture is made out of to-do lists, lottery tickets, and written-down dreams. We try to give shape to our lives, which are often opposing elements of what we have to do (our lists) and what we dream of. In this sculpture, the two become one.
A 1 minute video of the installation 99 1/2 Won’t Do
Watch Pomerleau Park sculptures change over the four seasons in 2 minutes.
A 6 minute video of the public project Wild Life Sculpture Search
Wild Life: A Public Art Project, a 44 page, full color book, is available at Lulu.com
Here is an excerpt from one of the essays, “Leslie Fry’s Wild Life,” by Dr. Nick Capasso, Curator, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum: “Wild Life thus acts as a vehicle for a multi-sensory awareness of place and nature. Through artifice, nature is found. The placement [of the sculptures] also intensifies their liminality. They live at the edge – of the wilderness, and of our perception, as if seen in the corner of the eye. Such slippage in and out of awareness is a profound metaphor for the dream world – the mental land where myths are born.”
A 4 minute performance video, Uniting States, by Isabel Czervenka-Wenkstetten and Leslie Fry, from the exhibition, Steps to Hope, at Windspiel Galerie, Vienna, and Studio 620, St. Petersburg, Florida in 2009.