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Leigh Shulman

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Winter, February, 2011 Photography © Leigh Shulman
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Javier II, June 2011 Digital Photography © Leigh Shulman
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La Olla Azul -- The Blue Cooking Pot, June 2011 Digital Photography © Cloudhead Art
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Mi Bicicleta, June 2011 Digital Photography © Cloudhead Art
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Felicidad, November 2011 Digital Photography © Cloudhead Art
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La Puerta Cerrada, June 2011 Digital Photography © Cloudhead Art
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Shadows In Red, November 2011 Digital Photography © Cloudhead Art
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Javier I, June 2011 Digital Photography © Cloudhead Art
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Abuela on the Bed, November 2011 Digital Photography © Cloudhead Art
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La Sonrisa, July 20011 Digital Photography © Cloudhead Art
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Johanessburg, South Africa
Birth year
1972
Lives in
Salta, Argentina
Works in
Worldwide
Tags
indigenous art, indigenous, argentina, children, children's art, digital art, photography mixed-media, photography, digital, conceptual
Statement

Cloudhead is an arts and education organization guided by our mission to facilitate collaborative art and education projects for social good and to highlight emerging artists who would not otherwise be heard.

Our two founders are artists:

Leigh Shulman is a designer and photographer. Her photographs focus on the surreal and strange of every day details. She is fascinated by neuroscience and nature. Both of which feature prominently in what she creates.

Noah Edelblum's science and mathematics background informs his painting and sculpture. He likes to bring together different disciplines so they can be seen in a new way.

Leigh and Noah spent three years traveling with their daughter during which they met traveling artesans, indigenous weavers, professional photographers, machine fabricators and everything in between.

The most unique of the work they find appears for sale in their ArtSlant galleries.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments.