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Art Maker, Impressionistic Photographer Leslie Cerier

Art Maker Layout Leslie Cerier

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

Beautiful Autumn Greetings!

Fall Path

Fall Path Impressionistic Nature Photograph by Leslie Cerier available in note cards, canvas and giclee prints. Copyright © 2004 Leslie Cerier. All Rights Reserved to Leslie Cerier.

Summer has come and gone and now it is the time to harvest and gather ourselves, dream big, shine our light, and cook up nourishing organic meals, feasts for all our senses. To inspire your home cooking, and luscious living, I am having an art show and offering 4 group hands on cooking classes by popular demand: Continue reading

Nov 12&13, Shutesbury Artist Tour & Sale

Nov 12&13 Shutesbury Art Tour and SalePlease come and spread the word. Celebrate our first Artist Tour and Sale for 5 Incredible Women Shutesbury, MA Artists Nov 12&13 10AM-4PM From Photography to Wearable Art to Sculpture and much more! Continue reading

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

Photographing the Jewels in the Water, Leslie Cerier’s Impressionistic Photography

Drawing from the peaceful energy I experience in the woods around my New England home, I capture the magical sunlight that reveals itself as artistic jewels in the water. Please enjoy watching my digital story about my Impressionistic Photography: Photographing The Jewels in the Water.

Light. Water. Transformation.

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.

My work is about inspiration and healing – about being so present in the moment that everything vibrates and shines. These photographs are about sun light.

I see perfection in nature – patterns – artistic jewels that reveal themselves.

My grandmother painted copies of Impressionist paintings by Monet, Degas, Renoir, and Cezanne. Her apartment on the beach was decorated with her beautiful artwork and those paintings live inside of me.

My mother always encouraged me to be original and creative. When I was a little girl, I was given a camera instead of a paintbrush.

Like the Impressionists, I am 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.

These images can be looked at from different angles. There is no one right way to explore them. Please relax, take your time, have fun. I invite you to look for faces and figures; there are jewels in the water.

If you care to buy my work, feel free to hang it any way you like. The creative process doesn’t end with Leslie Cerier!

I hope my impressionistic photography brings you great joy.

Also, you can go back to my website: lesliecerier.com and click on photography and see my Impressionistic photography.