Fran Leist lives in more than one world and her paintings reflect not only a command of color and space, but a metaphysical journey. Her works will …
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Fran Leist lives in more than one world and her paintings
reflect not only a command of color and space, but a metaphysical
Her works will be exhibited in the Stanton Gallery at Town Hall
Arts Center Feb. 9 through March 28.
She writes: “through my work, I strive to convey the freedom of
each color exploding and the playful lightness of shooting stars…
The unseen becomes the seen as I excavate layers of paint and
imagery to create the final piece.”
Leist splits her year between a home on the ocean in Florida and
a Colorado home in Greenwood Village and paints at both
“I am painting about my own healing,” she said, but her work
offers healing energy to others too — someone who needs a change in
The biography on her web site explains her focus. An unseen
force saved her from a serious injury during a boating accident 13
years ago, launching her on a voyage of personal growth and
discovery. She is today an experienced intuitive astrologer and
life coach, having combined her study of astrology with a wide
range of other disciplines.
She was trained by Doreen Virtue as a professional spiritual
teacher, an angel therapy practitioner and certified medium. She is
also a crystal healer, a Reiki, Karuna and Feng Shui Master and a
Astrology provides a unifying foundation as she structures a
unique counseling experience for each client, she writes.
The viewer may want to sit back and let the art swirl for a few
If you go:
Stanton Gallery is located in Town Hall Arts Center, 2450 W.
Main St., downtown Littleton is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays
through Fridays and during performances. (“Unsinkable Molly Brown”
opens Feb. 11). 303-794-2787.
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