Black Lab, in Studio 16 on the Arts Walk at Monroe Street Market, is the laboratory and workshop of artist Leda Black. Black makes editioned fine art prints in which photographic imagery is transformed physically and/or digitally in the service of her exploration of human perception and the patterns and processes of the natural world. For art buyers who are interested in seeking a deep understanding of the world, Black's striking artworks and designs invite repeated viewing and contemplation. She is at the cutting edge of the developing medium of digital fine art prints which, in the next 10 years, will gain value in the fine art market. Her creative services can be commissioned to suit particular situations in homes and businesses. Additionally, Black uses her images in textile designs. She has been developing a series of shawls, scarves, and pins as part of the Female Power Project, designs inspired by goddesses and human heroines—part of a theme-based multi-media process and production which includes wall art and sculpture.
The Laboratory for meta physical makery of artist Leda Black, specializing in multi media activist art, photo-based digital fine art, physical language, and typographic design. See #FemalePowerProject all over the webs.