"The Art of Louise Leak" is a virtual exhibit celebrating the work of a Lindenwood graduate who passed from the scene far too quickly. The exhibit includes eighty-six prints (etchings and aquatints), some done while Leak was an undergraduate and others executed during her all-too-brief professional career. The catalog for a 1986 exhibit said this: "The prints of Louise Leak are her autobiography--full of poetry, personal symbols, and imagery from the the many environments of her experience. Many of the works in this exhibition contain self-portraits, introspective and relentless in their search for the self behind the metaphors and symbols. 'Musical' is a term which might best describe the feelings evoked by the collective elements of the compositions, carefully orchestrated and modulated. The poetry of T.S. Eliot and Edith Sitwell, strong influences in Leak's early studies, come to mind in this connection."