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Art Maker: Leslie Cerier | Photographer, organic chef

Thursday, December 15, 2016; Daily Hampshire Gazette by Kathleen Mellen

Shutesbury photographer and organic cookbook author Leslie Cerier’s grandmother painted copies of Impressionist paintings by Monet, Degas, Renoir and Cezanne.

“Her apartment on the beach was decorated with her beautiful artwork,” Cerier says, “ and those paintings live inside of me.”

Like the Impressionists, Cerier says, she’s passionate about light, water and landscapes.

“My photography is a reflection of the peaceful energy I find in the woods. Living in the moment, I capture beauty as I click the shutter.” Continue reading

Elements of Autumn: Five Phases of Wearable Art, in Harmony

Posted: 09/25/2013 Huffington Post2013-09-24-ZoeHeleneLeslieCerierFallLeavesWater550.jpg

Leslie Cerier, an organic gourmet chef who finds inspiration in the play of water, light and color in the natural world, captured these fire-colored autumn leaves in a mountain stream. Her beautiful image inspired the colors of this feature.

This selection of fine eco-friendly and ethically sourced artisan jewelry was inspired by the Chinese “Five Elements,” or “Five Phases,” tradition of body/mind/spirit wellness developed by early Taoist philosophers to interpret rhythms and Continue reading

Photography Order Information

Impressionistic Nature Photography for Inspiration and Healing

Archival, Fine Art for Homes, Offices, Hospitals, Hotels, Spas, Restaurants, Collectors, Art Consultants, Feng Shui Consultants and The Design Trade

BONUS:  Many impressionist reflection photos can be hung in any direction.

Please let me know which orientation you would like my signature. Framed images come with multiple wires in the back. You may hang them in any direction, and rotate them anytime you like. Amazingly playful! Very versatile! Guaranteed to enliven your home and spirit!

Please email Leslie to buy my work and for more information:

To see individual images, please go to

SPECIAL!  Order now. Limited time offer. Shipping and Handling costs are free in mainland USA. Email for International shipping information.


Impressionistic Nature abstracts can be printed as large as 60″x40″

That includes all the images except Butterfly Eyes, Lotus Lillies, and Fall Path; Largest size for those are about 21”x 28”

All images are available printed on 100% cotton canvas.

21”x 28” canvas prints are available stretched and ready to hang for you to pick up from me for $650, or rolled and mailed to you in the USA: email  for prices with shipping. Thanks!

Please call 413-259-1695, or email to place your order.

Print Sizes can go up to 60 ” x 40″ for $1500.


All images

Sizes are available printed on archival 100 % cotton giclee paper.

Prints are available matted with archival mats or unmatted.

Size Matted Unmatted
mat size 11″ x 14″image size approx. 7″ x 9″ $100 $ 75
mat size 16″ x 20″image size approximately 10″ x 13″ $125 $100
mat size 18″ x 24″image size approximately 11″ x 15″ $160 $125
Custom sizes are also available. Please contact Leslie to discuss your requirements.

All images are available as note cards with envelopes. Note cards are 4-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ and are blank inside for you to write your own greeting.

Note Cards 1 ea 3 ea 6 ea 10 ea
mix and match your favorite images $ 4.00 $10.00 $20.00 $30.00

Copyright Notice

All photographs are the property of Leslie Cerier and are protected under international copyright laws.

Please call 413-259-1695, or email to place your order.

Please make payment to:   Leslie Cerier – 58 Schoolhouse Road – Amherst, MA 01002

To see Leslie’s 3 minute digital story, Photographing the Jewels in the Water:


Artist’s Statement

Artist’s Statement by Leslie Cerier

When I take my camera into the woods, I feel my connection with the forest. It’s like meditating – a way to get back to my own true nature. The sun calls me to a particular spot and I click the shutter when I see that rich, afternoon light… dancing light. Most of these photographs are taken within walking distance of my Western Massachusetts home. They are a celebration of New England seen through the eye of my heart. Continue reading