Selected One Person Exhibitions

2018 Morean Arts Center, “Manna from Heaven – and Earth,” St. Petersburg, Florida
2005 Vero Beach Art Museum, “15 Year Retrospective,” Vero Beach, Florida
2004 The Arts Center, “Mystic Guideposts,” St. Petersburg, Florida
2000 Arts Center, “Wilderness Songs,” St. Petersburg, Florida
1999 Polk Museum of Art, “The Temporal and the Celestial,” Lakeland, Florida
1992 Gulf Coast Museum of Art, “Leslie Neumann,” Bellaire, Florida
1987 Giles Gallery, “The Motion Series,” Eastern Kentucky University
1982 Gallery 120, “Salome,” New York City
1980 80 Washington Square East Gallery, “Master Thesis Exhibition,” New York City

Selected Two and Three Person Exhibitions

2015 ARTicles Gallery, “Where the Sea Meets the Sky,” Leslie Neumann and David Erdman, St. Petersburg, Florida
2014 Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art Gallery, “Nature and Irony:  Leslie Neumann, Nancee Clark, Kathleen Wobie,” Sarasota, Florida
2014 Gadsden Art Center, “Hot Wax and Hot Glass:  Leslie Neumann and Susan Gott,” Quincy, Florida
2012 Hillsborough Community College, “Visions and Journeys: Leslie Neumann and Judith Salmon,” Tampa, Florida
2006 Michael Murphy Gallery, “Interpretations of the Landscape: Leslie Neumann, Eleanor Blair, Alex Espalter-Torres,” Tampa, Florida
1998 Galleries at Salt Creek Artworks, “Leslie Neumann and Charles Parkhill,” St. Petersburg, Florida
1997 Mira Mar Gallery, “The Contemporary Landscape: Leslie Neumann, Gregory Saunders, Tom Judd,” Sarasota, Florida
1997 The Thomas Center, “Keyed-Up Surfaces: Leslie Neumann and Alan Maxwell,” Gainesville, Florida
1995 Galleries at Salt Creek Artworks, “Leslie Neumann and Russell Whiting,” St. Petersburg, Florida
1994 H.B. Starr Gallery, “Leslie Neumann and Dan Stack,” Palm Beach, Florida
1993 Florida Center for Contemporary Art, “Leslie Neumann, Dee Hood, Victoria Skinner,” Tampa, Florida
1992 Clayton Galleries, “Alchemists of Nature: Leslie Neumann and Leslie Lerner,” Tampa, Florida

Selected Group Exhibtions

2014 Mt. Dora Center for the Arts, “36 Contemporary Encaustic Artists,” Mt. Dora, Florida
2012 Morean Arts Center, “Wax: Medium Meets Message,” St. Petersburg, Florida
2012 Studio @620, “Florida Focus: Ken Rollins Invitational,” St. Petersburg, Florida
2012 Kobalt Gallery, “Confluence: Water and Light,” Provincetown, Massachusetts
2011 Mennello Museum of Art, “Eight from Florida,” Orlando, Florida
2010 Polk Museum of Art, “Visual Unity 2,” Lakeland, Florida
2009 Morean Arts Center, “Visual Unity,” Petersburg, Florida
2007 Museum of Fine Arts, “Stuart Society Gala,” St. Petersburg, Florida
2005 Alliance for the Arts, “2D/3D Best In Show Winners: The Past Decade,” Ft. Myers, Florida
2003 Okaloosa - Walton Museum, Florida Fellowship Traveling Show, Niceville, Florida
2003 Deland Museum of Art, Florida Fellowship Traveling Show, Deland Florida
2003 Appleton Museum of Art, Florida Fellowship Traveling Show, Ocala, Florida
2002 Mary Brogan Museum of Art, Florida Fellowship Traveling Show, Tallahassee, Florida
2001 Tampa Museum of Art, “UnderCurrent / OverView 5,” Tampa, Florida
2001 Polk Museum of Art, “The Gala 2001, An Art Odessey,” Lakeland, Florida
2000 Gulf Coast Museum of Art, “The Landscape Re-visited,” Largo, Florida 
2000 Contemporary Art Museum, University of Florida “Local Visions Part II,” Tampa, Florida
1999 Gulf Coast Museum of Art, “Grand Opening,” Largo, Florida
1998 The Ringling Museum, “Baroque Bash: A Fan Fantasy Invitational,” Sarasota, Florida
1998 Lee County Alliance for the Arts, “2D/3D,” Ft. Myers, Florida
1997 Vero Beach Museum of Art, “Florida Competitive Exhibition,” Vero Beach, Florida
1997 University of Mobile, “Art with a Southern Drawl,” Mobile, Alabama
1997 Armory Art Center, “6th Annual Figurative Small Works,” West Palm Beach, Florida
1996 Dunedin Fine Arts Center, “The Nature of Our World,” Dunedin, Florida
1996 Stephen Austin State University, “Texas National ‘96,” Nacogdoches, Texas
1994 Jacksonville Center for Contemporary Art, “Tampa-Jacksonville Connection,” Jacksonville, Florida
1994 H.B. Starr Gallery, “Couples,” Palm Beach, Florida 
1993 The Polk Museum of Art, “The 4th All-Florida Biennial,” Lakeland, Florida
1993 The Thomas Center, “Sacred Spaces: Women and the Landscape,” Gainesville, Florida
1992 Orlando Museum of Art, “1992 Annual Juried Exhibition,” Orlando, Florida
1992 Corbino Gallery, “Fall Preview 1992,” Sarasota, Florida
1992 Helander Gallery, “New Work, New York,” Palm Beach, Florida
1992 Jaffe Baker Gallery, “New Work,” Boca Raton, Florida
1990 Foreman Gallery, “(the) Landscape in Question,” Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York
1989 Hal Katzen Gallery, “Divergent Currents,” New York City, New York
1989 Long Island University, “The Master’s Fourth,” Southampton, New York
1985 St. John’s University Faculty Exhibit, Queens, New York
1983 Somerset County College, North Branch, New Jersey
1981 Gallery 120, New York, New York
1979 W & J National Painting Show, Washington, Pennsylvania

Museum and Public Art Collections

City of Orlando, Art in Public Places, Orlando, Florida
City of Tampa, Art in Public Places, Tampa, Florida
Leepa Rattner Museum of Art, Tarpon Springs, Florida
Maitland Art Center, Maitland, Florida
Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, Florida
St. Petersburg College of Art, St. Petersburg, Florida
Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Florida
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
University of South Florida, Marshall Student Center, Tampa, Florida
Valencia Community College, Orlando, Florida

Corporate Collections

ADT Corporation, Parsippany, New Jersey
All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, Florida
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas
Beaverton Phoenix Inn, Phoenix, Arizona
Boca West Country Club, Boca Raton, Florida
Destin Palms Hotel, Destin, Florida
Edward White Hospital, St. Petersburg, Florida
Firebird Restaurants: Alabama, Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia 
Gray Block Corporation, New York, New York
Hyatt Coconut Point Suites, Naples, Florida
Hyatt Vacation Club, Bonita Beach, Florida
MacDill Credit Union, Tampa, Florida
Margate Plantation Condominiums, Myrtle Beach, North Carolina
Marriott Hotels: Orlando, Tampa, Florida; Washington, DC 
National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI), Houston, Texas
New York Times, Tampa, Florida
Nissan Motor Corporation, USA Headquarters, Los Angeles, California
Novartis Consumer Health, Inc., Summit, New Jersey
Ritz Carlton, Atlanta, Georgia
Sheraton Hotel, Wild Horse Pass, Arizona
Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP, Tampa Florida
Tampa General Hospital, Tampa, Florida
Towers Perrin Corporation, Tampa, Florida

Fellowships

2007 State of Florida Artist Enhancement Grant
2002 State of Florida Individual Artist Fellowship for Painting
1993 Adolph & Ester Gottlieb Foundation Emergency Grant for Painting
1989 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship
1985 Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant for Painting

Residencies

2005 Seaside Institute, Escape to Create, Seaside, Florida

Bibliography

2017 The Heroine’s Journey, “The Heroine’s Journey of Leslie Neumann,” July 17, Peter deKuster, Click here to view
2015 Hernando Sun, “The Ebb and Flow of Aripeka Artists,” June, Julie Maglio, Click here to view
2015 Ampersand Art Supply Magazine, "Featured Artist Leslie Neumann," July 24, Karyn Meyer-Berthel, Click here to view.
2015 Orlando Arts Magazine, feature article: Artist’s Space, March-April issue, Jessica Chapman, Click here to view.
2012 Tampa Tribune, “Artists Offer Different Takes on Life’s Journey,” Feb. 29, Esther Hammer
2012 Denis Gaston Blog, “Hot Wax Treatment,” March 13
2012 Tampa Bay Art, “Wax is Hot,” March 20, Randy Allen
2012 Art Taco, “Medium Meets Message at the Morean Arts Center,” March 25, Luis Gottardi, Click here to view.
2012 Creative Loafing, “Wax Poetic at Morean Arts Center, New Twists on a Tim-Honored, Highly Malleable Medium,” April 5, Megan Voeller, Click here to view.
2012 Tampa Bay Times, “Stop the World and Melt with Morean Arts Center Encaustic Exhibit,” March 29, Lennie Bennett, Click here to view.
2011 Orlando Arts Magazine, “Florida Finds,” September/October, pp. 32-33
2010 Tampa Bay Metro Magazine, “Artist Profile: Leslie Neumann,” October 19, Megan Voeller
2009 Creative Loafing, “Artistic Partnerships Yield an Impressive Show at Morean Arts Center,” December 16, Megan Voeller
2009 St. Petersburg Times, Something Extra in Her Terrestrials,” April 5, Lennie Bennett, Click here to view a PDF of the article.
2008 Bay Magazine, “Apply, Re-Heat, Repeat,” August, Lennie Bennett, Click here to view a PDF of the article.
2006 Tampa Bay Illustrated, “Sense of Place,” January, Marina Brown
2004 St. Petersburg Times, “Brave New Perspectives,” May 13, Lennie Bennet
2003 American Artist Magazine, “Painting the Sacred Landscape: Leslie Neumann,” September, Lynn Moss Perricelli
2000 St. Petersburg Times, “Unique Technique, Substantive Message,” March 31, Mary Ann Marger
1999 Tampa Tribune, “Wax Medium Helps Artist,” January 30, Elaine Morgan
1999 The Ledger, “Mystical Landscapes,” January 3, Lakeland, Cary McMullen
1998 St. Petersburg Times, “Painting Makes an Impression,” April 26, Barbara Fredricksen
1997 Sarasota Herald Tribune, “Evocative Landscapes Speak of Life,” October 17, Joan Altabe
1997 Tampa Tribune, “Unnatural Landscapes Appear on Horizon,” November 6, Joanne Milani
1996 St. Petersburg Times, “Portrait of a Natural Artist,” September 27, Phyllis Lipinski
1996 Tampa Tribune, Hernando Today, “Art Reflects Activist’s Life,” October 5, Lara Bradburn
1996 St. Petersburg Times, “The Nature of Landscape Painting,” August 30, Mary Ann Marger
1996 Tampa Tribune, “The Nature of Our World,” August 23, Joanne Milani
1995 St. Petersburg Times, “Art Show Has Natural Fire,” December 25, Mary Ann Marger
1995 St. Petersburg Times, “Small Size, Big Effect,” August 18, Mary Ann Marger
1993 Tampa Tribune, “Convergence: Works by Dee, Neumann, Skinner,” May 21, Joanne Milani
1993 St. Petersburg Times, “Art of the State, Polk Museum,” April 16, Mary Ann Marger
1992 Tampa’s WMNF Radio, “Telephone Interview with Leslie Neumann,” July 24, Wendy Butler
1992 St. Petersburg Times, “A Dark Romanticism,” March 13, Mary Ann Marger
1992 Tampa’s WMNF Radio, “Leslie Neumann and Leslie Lerner,” March 13, Wendy Butler
1988 The Woodstock Times, Daniel Logan
1987 The Eastern Progress, Phil Bowling
1983 The Bernardsville News, New Jersey
1982 Arts Magazine, “Gallery 120,” Valentine Tatransky
1981 Arts Magazine, “Gallery 120,” Valentine Tatransky

Education

1971 – 1974 California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA  B.F.A. (1974) Painting
1972 – 1973 Universidad de Bellas Artes, Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico
1977 – 1978 University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
1979 – 1980 New York University, New York, New York    M.A. (1980) Painting