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Leslie Whited, an Irish American woman, performs vocals and percussion as a performer with Royal Heritage Music: Latino/a music. Royal Heritage Music most often performs with Heart and Soul Foundation. As a visual artist, Leslie enjoys teaching at-risk youth: clay sculpture; watercolor and sketch mediums. Recently, she worked through Art Access with the Road Home youth in a six month project culminating in art students displaying their work as part of SLC Gallery Stroll. Leslie’s clay sculpture has been featured as part of Gustavus Adolphus College Art show with a four part series "Healing," and a ceremonial incense bowl given for Lakota tribal use. She recently created three visual art pieces for the upcoming Royal Heritage Music cd titled: "Call of the Phoenix: Mosaic." Her pen and ink and pencil sketches have been featured at Antara’s Studio (4392 South 900 East SLC) and in worship bulletins. As a writer, Leslie Whited has self-published "Wisdom’s Footsteps: Accompaniment in Native American Context" (Cree and Chippewa tribal context). She is currently writing a day by day book for loved ones accompanying a loved one through stages of dementia titled: "Amber Memories." Leslie enjoys reading portions of her books at the Summertime People’s Market.