Leslie Rowland's Gallery is in Ste. 101 in Riverview Station at 191 Lyman St in Asheville's River Arts District. Leslie has her working studio and new contemporary art gallery in this large airy space. Leslie’s work includes contemporary layered paintings with pollinator stories, florals, boughs, binary code messages and music sound waves. Find her work on the ground level through the red door to the far right as you face the building. Look for the large butterfly mural.

Leslie’s work is represented in galleries Paris, Aspen, Vail, New Orleans, Rochester, Cincinnati and Asheville. She has had many solo shows and group exhibitions throughout her career. Leslie moved to Asheville NC eight years ago.

Leslie understands the source of creation driven by passions of the intellect and soul. Art for Leslie is a form of communication, sometimes visceral and sometimes direct. For her, the purpose of art is making the viewer feel loved and healing and enlightening the viewer. Leslie creates her own mediums and adds new twists to more traditional mediums gyrating between thumbing her nose at tradition and leaning on it. Leslie is inspired by exploring new subjects in her work and mixing science with art. Recent subjects include symbiosis in nature focused on pollinators, music soundwaves and positive binary code mantras. Leslie’s current work is primarily created through a layering and removal process she has developed.