Not So Starving Artist of the Week: Leona Webb

by Ashley Sinclair on 07/01/2011 · 2 comments

Leona Webb

Leona Webb

This week we congratulate Michigan “Starving” to Successful workshop participant Leona Webb. Leona is a professional photographer who has been creating art for the last 25 years. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, with a Master’s Degree in Student Personnel Services with an emphasis in Human Resource Management.

Leona uses a professional Nikon Film Camera and specializes in black and white photography. When asked where she gets her inspiration, Leona replied, “from all that is beautiful surrounding me – and from my mother, who was very artistically talented and a source of encouragement.” She has emulated the work of Ansel Adams since a very young age, when she would study his prints each time she went to the dentist. About Ansel’s work she explained, ” They were classic and so dependent upon lighting, texture and angles. I loved the idea of black and white.”

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Find your inspiration by attending the next “Starving” to Successful Artist’s Workshop online or in your area. Learn more at http:/ or by calling 480-368-9929 and asking for Ashley.

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Director of Marketing for Xanadu Gallery, lover of art, music and all things creative.

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Melinda Patrick July 3, 2011 at 9:31 am

Gorgeous photo, Leona! Do you make your own prints or have a lab print them? Pure eye candy!


Leona Webb July 3, 2011 at 12:18 pm

Thank you for the kind words Melinda. No, I do not do my own printing.



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