Leona Strassberg Steiner is a photographer, printmaker and former dancer. Her artwork centers on environmentalism, memories, political transgressions, transitions in life, and life's beauty. "I enjoy doing projects that can help change the way people look at themselves and others. Art for me is about revisiting our perspectives about race, religion, class, and environmentalism. The end game is seeing how we are all connected on this planet, how we are all one." Steiner has exhibited her photographs and prints extensively with solo exhibitions of her work at The Victory Hall Drawing Rooms of Jersey City and the New Jersey City University Visual Arts Gallery. She has participated in many group exhibitions in Spain, California, Illinois, New Jersey, New Orleans, and New York. Leona has been curating PoliticoPopUp, for the past three years, in New Orleans. PoliticoPopUp is a one-night exhibition with works of over 40 artists from around the country. Currently her "Feet" are being shown at the Ogden Museum in New Orleans. A new exhibition is opening during PhotoNola, "Alchemy of Night/A Bywater Duet" Two women artists conjure a nocturne; spirit, place, and pasts in presence. Leona collaborates with artist/writer Moira Crone.