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Industry Arts
Occupation Artist, Business Owner
Location Portland, Oregon, United States
Introduction Lea's mother gave birth to her on the principle's desk, which sent her sailing on a long career of following rules and being an excellent student. Nevertheless, Lea spent her childhood sucking her thumb and twirling her curly hair through her fingers while staring off in the distance into her her far-more-daring-than-reality imagination. Her playmates were frequently imaginary as well--she had so many of these that she was often caught playing tag or hide-and-seek "by herself." Today, Lea's art work continues to explore the places in her head. These are places where all women hold their own beauty, and each possesses a power so strong it surges through her long electrifying curls. Places where friends come in all sizes and their forms are often surprising. Most importantly, places that are free of rules and ever-changing, where anyone and everyone can find that wild piece of themselves that they have always been seeking.
Favorite Movies The City of Lost Children, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Donnie Darko, Beetlejuice, AI, Minority Report, I (heart) Huckabees, Napolean Dynamite, Princess Mononoke, Fargo, Lost Highway, Fight Club, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, Down By Law, Akira, X2, V for Vendetta, Usual Suspects....etc.
Favorite Music Pixies, Velvet Underground, Modest Mouse, Bauhaus, Covenant, Galaxy 500, Spiritualized, VNV Nation, Luna, Love and Rockets, Johnny Cash, Beastie Boys, The Pogues, Wilco, Man or Astroman, Jesus &; Mary Chain, Portishead, Skankin' Pickle, Siouxsie &; the Banshees, Postal Service, Death Cab for Cutie, Mazzy Star, The Apples, L7, Primus, Sisters of Mercy, Belle &; Sebastian, Jem, Leo Kottke, The Verve (old Verve), Chemical Brothers, Assemblage 23, Elf Power, Tom Waits, Morphine, Nine Inch Nails
Favorite Books Anything by Steinbeck or Bradbury or Oates, Harry Potter series, Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchet, Vonnegutt, Robbins, Philip K. Dick...Mostly, I just like books. And I love comics/graphic novels (I tend to go for the artsy ones more than the superhero ones)(except for Batman).