Leibowitz works with concepts surrounding light, weightlessness and impermanence in both 2-D and 3-D iterations and installations. She utilizes a variety of materials including Masa paper, Dura-lar, polyfoam, wax, pigments and ink.
Her solo exhibitions include Cohn Drennan Contemporary in Dallas, TX, The Museum of Art, Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX, Art Cube Gallery in Laguna Beach, CA, Liliana Bloch Gallery in Dallas, TX, No.4 Studio in Brooklyn, NY and The Neon Heater in Findlay, OH.
Her work has been included in numerous group exhibitions including those in Heidelberg, Germany, Buckinghamshire, England, Matera, Italy, Akko, Israel, Brooklyn, New York, Baltimore, Maryland, Dallas, Texas and Art Basel Satellite Art Fair, Miami, Florida.
She recently completed the FAWS residency headed up by Michael David at David and Schweitzer Contemporary in Bushwick, NY where her largest installation to date; Impermanence Now, was in the "Don't Know Why You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello" exhibition in Brooklyn, NY.
Reviews and interviews of her work have been featured in The Houston Review, Vassari21, Maake Magazine, Pleat, Studio Critical, Curating Contemporary, Mixed Media Tapes, Luxe Magazine, Modern Dallas, Art F City, Dallas Morning News, Art Funk and Papercity.