Leslie Gabaldon attended The New England School of Art & Design in Boston, MA, and The Art Students League of NY.  She has focused her attention in new media since 1988.Her tendencies towards alternate mediums eventually lead on to embrace photography as the foundation of her work. Her ideas breed from concepts of sociological memory, especially in female issues in the contemporary world (she often incorporates toys as elements of nostalgia). Gabaldon’s curiosity for words not only as a mean to communicate ideas but as aesthetics elements appears throughout her body of work. She exquisitely merges image and text as visual poetry. Her most recent work “Ink on Roses” was successfully received in Buenos Aires, Bogota and Miami.  

For Leslie Gabaldon (b. 1964, Caracas, Venezuela) sense is quality that must be defended from oblivion and unfurled no matter time nor distance. She has shown her work in New York, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Italy, Panama and Shanghai. In 2007 she was awarded with the Altos de Chavón. In 2010 she was selected to be part of “Florida Contemporary,” a biennial at the Naples Museum of Art, in Florida.