Leslie Jorgensen moved from Florida to Denver to take her first job with The Denver Post news staff, where she created information graphics. She loved telling stories through art, and also fell in love with the Rocky Mountains and backcountry skiing. She eventually turned to fine art, and created paintings that reflect not just her journeys, but also the forces of nature and the wonder of places that remain large and untamed.
She’s currently represented by Portfolio Gallery in Breckenridge and her own studio gallery in Salida. Visit her site here.
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