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 – Original Oils by, Leonard Mizerek –

Commissions available upon request.

LEONARD MIZEREK Fellow, ASMA, nurtured his artistic love of nature while growing up and painting in the Brandywine Valley and countryside of nearby Pennsylvania. His early influence was with the Pennsylvania Impressionists and Brandywine School.

Throughout the last few years, Leonard participated in several invitational Plein Air events including Mystic, Annapolis, winning Honorable Mention and Easton Md. winning Second Place in the Quick Draw event. He was featured painting live on TV France3 during a major antique boat festival. His painting was recently purchased by the Minnesota Marine Art Museum.

In 2006, 2011 and 2016 he was awarded Artist in Residence at the Museum Yvonne Jean-Haffen in Dinan, France and 3 of his paintings were made part of the museum collection. He was one of 15 selected to paint at the Forbes Colorado Ranch and exhibited at the Forbes Museum in New York and made part of the permanent collection. He was featured on the cover of American Artist Magazine. He was featured in American Art Collector Magazine in June and July 2017, October 2016, January, February and July 2015, December 2014, February 2011 and January 09 and several issues of Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine including June 2013, July 2016 and Jan 2018. He exhibited with 23 nationally recognized marine artists at; the Newport Art Museum, Maine Maritime Museum and Connecticut River Museum. …more

“Light alters the color of all objects and touches those nearby.
It sets a mood and evokes emotion, which I strive to portray in my work.”

~ Mizerek

Sundown At Cafe Deux Magots | 18x24
Paris at Sunset | 36x48
Manhattan Morning | 36x48
RECENT NEWS:

Minnesota Marine Art Museum Purchases Leonard Mizerek Painting

The Minnesota Marine Art Museum recently acquired a painting by our very own Leonard Mizerek, Fellow of the American Society of Marine Artists. “Susan Constant at Dock”, painted plein air at the Jamestown Settlement in Virginia, was made part of the museum’s permanent collection. The Wall Street Journal recently applauded the MMAM for their “Firmly Anchored Collection.” view article

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