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Leonic is an artist collective managed by artist Zach Schumack. After a decade of experience owning and operating his own construction company, Zach later found his niche in the art world when he was asked to work at SummerSet Music and Arts Festival. Once he realized he could create engaging and meaningful installations full-time there was no looking back.

 

In the years following working along side, and collaborate with, some of the most talented creatives in the world, Zach realized that no art piece is a singular persons efforts. Art is like construction, many people with many different talents come together to create a single project, or art piece.

Through these experiences, Leonic was born. An inclusive opportunity that strategically pairs Zach's artistic style with his favorite collaborators to create one-of-a-kind works that encompass a range of environments including events, marketing, public sculptures, commercial designs or residential customizations. 

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Featured Leonic Artist: Ian Malloy-Busse

Head sculptor of "Zara the Mother Huntress" 

 

Ian Molloy-Busse is a self-trained artist from St Paul, Minnesota. He draws inspiration from nature, history, science fiction, and horror. He works in a variety of mediums, such as leather, metal, wood, and textile. He believes that art should evoke emotion and strives to make every piece intriguing.

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At the Leonic Collective LLC, we are art driven builders funded by art minded citizens. The term "starving artist" is literally true for most artists. We are fortunate enough to have had some popularity in the pieces we have brought to the public so far and would like to continue making public art pieces that engage a healthy conversation amongst the people who get to interact and be apart of our art.  

 

Any and all donations will go towards funding future art installations, and supporting the artist's who build them. 

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