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   Leonard Mizerek     

LEONARD MIZEREK Fellow, ASMA, nurtured his artistic love of nature while growing up in the Brandywine Valley. As a young boy, he often went painting along the Brandywine River, deriving inspiration from the 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.

Known for his colorful, luminous seascapes and expressive brushwork, Leonard paints on site deriving inspiration from the many nearby coastal locations as well as harbors throughout the world. A central theme throughout Leonard’s work is his use of light. In Mizerek’s words, “ 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. I often explore various methods to interpret the way I view nature. I prefer marine subjects because I enjoy the way water reflects the floating objects, as well as the sky and time of day. It mirrors shapes and intensifies light. I paint outdoors to capture the light first hand and bring out all its color and luminosity.”


Reaching the Mark, oil 18x24 $3400
The Way Home, oil 11x14 $1700
Splendor in the Sky, oil 10x8 $1200
Natures Flow, oil 8x10 $1200
Skipjacks at Sunset, oil 9x12 $1400
The Youngest Sailor-Mizerek, oil $650 6x8
Morning Run-Mizerek, oil $1100 8x10
Len's demo-Plein Air Easton 2018
Harbor View St
Leonard Mizerek
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